Pretty sure either way it stays a Queen
60x80 overall in that space.
Tammy was able to locate and send me some pictures of unit with a U shaped Dinette in that area. In that version the table was 42 in length + 18in for the rear bench.
She gave me another great idea in a great and long conversation, which was to expand the width of the rear bench to allow for solo sleeping across the rear of the unit and continue to use the front dinette for my main dining/working area. Just have to make the bench wide enough for sleeping comfort and narrow enough to still sit/lounge comfortably in the "U" back there.
I'm thinking 28" would work for the rear bench width. I believe she said the vertical cushions are 4" in thickness leaving about 24 inches for the sleeping berth width. I've done some measuring of my favorite couch which comes in at 21" wide on the cushions where I've spent many nights.
If I go this way I wouldn't have a rear table (or its heavy fitting systems) at all. I would still have the sills on the sides of the U to take a couple of 16 x 32 pieces of plywood (stows easier then a 32x32 table) for when I have extra company over and I have to make up the queen bed.
Its really great working with folks that can customize their product offerings to better meet their customerís needs and are able to speak from their extensive personnel experience with the product regarding what works and what doesn't.
Iím really looking forward to the first days of spring.