Here's mine... more of an overland style build. Have a lot of confidence in the vehicle. Key is chosing reliable components and keeping on top of the maintenance. Also we tend to do more long-day trips than camping trips at the moment so the emphasis has been more on keeping going in the dark, rather than setting up camp. I am planning a roof top tent though.
Has more than enough lighting to keep going well after the sun goes down. Winch is mounted in the redesigned bumper last week but will get the wiring done this week.
In the back we've got a custom rack I've designed to hold 4 jerry cans and then misc. cargo / cool boxes etc.. Depending on the trip, we may have all 4 fuel, or 3 fuel and 1 water. Also have the option of pulling out the inner 2 cans and having a wider cargo area. On the tailgate I've got 4x 2kg fire extinguishers for easy access.
sPod Wiring and Relay kit to keep the accessory wiring and fuses clean, serviceable and safe.
Other highlights include:
AEV Highline Fender kit - big tires and low COG
ARB Safari Snorkel
Tummy tucker and SYE to get the clearance and reduce the vibrations. On that note, also got a new front shaft and balancing beads in the tires.
On Board Air York compressor system from Off Road Only.
SwayLoc from Off Road Only - ability to change body roll on the fly. Great for a better ride on the rough stuff and then stiffening it up for the road sections.
TPMS to monitor tire pressures.
7" Garmin GPS
ARB Rear Bumper with telescopic flag holder (fishing pole!) and rear view camera
Road Armor front bumper and steering box skid, significantly redesigned to add more useful lighting, and sit the winch lower and further back to increase air flow to the radiator, and aesthetically match the Highline Fenders better.
Auburn ECTED Rear Diff and ARB front diff.
Future plans - would like to have a roof top tent and on board shower system etc... and continue improving storage and accessibility of things.
The great thing is - having the confidence in the vehicle to drive solo across stretches of desert that you really shouldn't drive solo
(make sure ppl know where you are, and where you're supposed to be. Quite often we have point-to-point challenges though so the self-supporting overland capability is great for that.)