Hi Trav -
Thanks so much for the great words!
I am SO with you on the stuff moving around and wiping things out as it comes forward!
So - as you can see in the picture, the bed platform will be sitting on the storage shelving.
I like this height because I can get max space in the garage for my portable solar panels, etc. and also a nice number of bins for storage. I also like that I can get into the garage from the front just by moving a few bins. (I am going to put bungee cords top/bottom to hold them in place…but, don’t anticipate a lot of breakable items in there.)
My plan was to use a super-glue (acrylate epoxy, etc.) and glue the storage bins in place and then secure the bed platform by drilling into the top of the wooden storage shelving.
However, after reading the responses, it seems I need to do more in the flooring under the garage area to protect the wood. I am going to add a bed liner paint - but - most of the solutions (Eva foam, floating floors are beyond my skill - or I think would not hold up well with constant pulling and tugging (foam mats, etc).
The curved angle of the Sprinter’s walls are also a bit of a challenge…since I am using (on much advice) the original passenger van walls. So using right-angle brackets may not work. Right now moving the bins as close as possible, there is still at least a 1" gap between the bin and the van wall…
Anyway, it’s getting there - but slower than I expected - of course.
Thanks so much for your responses and help…