AHHHHH, thanks for the tips. I will attack the TV tomorrow. also i plan to make a sink cover for added counter space out of 1/4 plexi-glass and a fold out table on the counter end.saw them in many TTs.
I made some slide out stabilizers today out of 26 inch turn buckles. and some 4 inch channel. they work really well and help make the camper more solid when parked. I noticed a .6 degree lean to the slide out side when out. I would get my camper level and then slide out and found myself running into the walls..LOL here is a picture of the stabilizers. which cost me 15 $ a piece to make. i removed the jam nut and added a 1-7/8 nut to the TB tube so a wrench could be used. however a wrench is not needed but makes adjusting them super easy. just don't over extend them and damage your slide out mechanism.
i used a hitch pin for tractor implements in place of one bolt that attaches the slide out to the winch device. hang the turnbuckle over the pin, install a lynch pin, then adjust the turn buckle to lift up just enough to remove the .6 deg lean. now the camper is much more solid under foot.
shorter TBs would be better by about -4 inches. but this is the only size close enough that i could find. you could even cut them in half and use a pipe with holes in them to provide more adjustment if so desired.