In addition to the wolf boxes and other methods already mentioned, I have a roller drawer from mobile storage systems in the base of the rear load bay. Its really good, its very well made and it very secure. When we went trans africa I used it for the laptop as well as a whole host of other kit that I wanted access to. Also despite it being pretty obvious once the rear door is opened, not one inspecting official in 22 countries asked to look inside it. (not sure how much one should bank on that always being the case). Also heard an argument that given its so easy to access, thats where you should store all your common equipment such as stoves, crockery, cuttlery, etc as its the easiest place get to and thats the stuff you will be accessing most. You could either buy one direct from mobile storage systems or looks like the same solution from Footloose. If you look on the footloose website under expeditions, prepared 4wd vehicles, then click to look at the back of the disco. There is a good picture of the layout and works the same in a 110.
[This message has been edited by Toby2 (edited 12 June 2003).]