Best camping trip I've had in quite a long time. Red River Gorge is quite beautiful, but be prepared to witness what humans can do. There is plenty of trashed out campsites & other general irresponsible treatment of the land to be found. When you get off the beaten path, however, simply beautiful. High sandstone cliffs, cool crisp streams.
back - Mosquito net made for a cot
sides - Infant stroller mosquito netting (giant hair-nets)
I looked at the Skreenz & just couldn't get myself to spend that much. These nets cost me a total of $40 & kept the bugs out just as well, plus I had access to the tailgate, while still remaining bug-free.
Bed: Full-size Coleman air mattress
I took the nylon straps that came with the roof rack kit, &, using the caribiner from the seats, rig lines going from the back passenger 'oh-****' handle to the seat-belt post - perfect spot to hang small items & keep them out of the way & organized.
The camp got tested, as well. No sooner did it get set up, a rain storm rolled in & showered us for about an hour. Just enough time to test it out & to perhaps dissuade some folks from heading into the gorge.
Shoes - Vibram's Five-Fingers - odd, yet completely awesome!