Here's the pics. I used red oak and fastened it to the fridge frame with 4 long wood screws. The mount itself is held on with elevator bolts (large, flat heads). It holds the TV very sturdy. The TV will not stay on the mount while traveling. Very easy to remove and replace the TV on the mount arm. Whadya think? (It's a 20 " LCD / DVD combo). The TV can swing all the way around and be viewed from the back bunks as well. Very cool.
Also added a 12V outlet so I could run the TV off of an inverter. Kilawatt thingy says it pulls 60 watts while playing a DVD.