Here's the TV in its "extended" mode. When traveling, it sits in front of the cabinet opening, buckled in, and is still operational using the inverter and switch I installed as one of our first upgrade projects for RoadAbode. It picked up over 100 channels in cable mode at Spring Gulch campground this weekend, a mix of analog and digital. Girls requested that I swivel the viewing angle down, which was pretty easy with the adjustment knob on the back (though I would not want to do on a daily basis - hard to tighten up by hand to my satisfaction)
Am has purchased material and a rod to hang a curtain for inside the old tv cabinet - to conceal the cables and other equipment.