Nadia, Cafe Egg has the high lift axle and 15" tires.
Jim, now that you mentioned it, of course the awning webbing can slide out on one side, as much as the keder of the screen room slides in. I haven't thought about that one, hehe!
Baglo, my only camera is the Canon PowerShot, an older model. I don't know how much I can get on there. But I can describe it briefly here, and all fellow Escapees, please chime in if you have better ways of setting it up or if something was different a few years ago:
1) Open the awning as you do normally
2) Spread all screen room pieces out and see what is there. There should be two large screen room nets, each with one half of a zipper, one long white piece and one smaller white piece, all with push buttons. Also there should be a total of 6 rod pieces, three different styles. They make up two rods. Also there should be some stakes.
3) Put the rods together. When done, they will have one flat end and one pointed end.
4) Figure out which of the two screen room nets go on the opposite side from where the little opening to the rail on the awning "tube" is located. On Cafe Egg the opening in the awning tube is facing back. The screen room pieces can go only one way, because the push buttons are placed on Toad asymmetrically.
5) Insert one of the assembled rods into the screen room half going in first. Note that the flat end of the rod needs to face the side of the screen room half with the push buttons.
6) Slide the keder of the correct half screen room in the rail. Snap the screen room half onto Toad using those push buttons.
7) Insert the pointed end of the rod in the hole located in the awning tube, putting tension on the screen room assembly.
8) Repeat steps 5) to 7) for the other half.
9) Put the zipper halfs together.
10) Snap the long white piece onto Toad, to prevent the blood suckers from entering the screen room from underneath the camper.
11) Snap the small piece onto Toad. The locations where to put those pieces on should be self explanatory, just check the pattern of those push buttons again, and the cut of the white pieces.
12) Stake out the screen room to keep it in shape.
By the way, watch out when storing your trailer outside. Close that little opening into the rail of the awning tube, otherwise the entire rail may get infested with some breeding bugs. I had some sort of nest in there, over the entire with of the awning rail. I poked it out using a knife. It was really icky...