I have not been to any meets, so it is unlikely that anyone has already seen my Dandy.
With the awning....I assemble the frame first and set it with the front uprights quite low. I lay the whole cover out first with just the front door removed, all other zips are done up. I then work one end round the annex and get as many poppers closed as I can for that section. Next I get the rest up on the frame and get the poppers on the front of the frame to stop it sliding off. Next I work the roof back to the camper sides. At this point I usually get some help to tie the cords inside the camper. Then it's just a case of finishing off the poppers and bungees and putting the front panel for the door in.
When taking it down, I reverse the process. The photo added to the ebay listing is from the takedown phase.
There is an 'inner tent' that clips in the annex and would sleep two. Alternatively it could be somewhere to put the loo. For me it gave extra storage for toys and gear, so that the main awning area was free for a table and chairs.
When carrying it, I put the pole bag in the gap left by the two end beds on top of the folded camper. The cover gets folded and placed evenly over the whole top folded camper and then the protective cover goes on that. This leaves the interior free for other stuff.