I tried to get Casita to build my trailer with no AC at all, but with the options
I selected, it was included, and deleting it would have made it a custom job.
It's a "window" unit mounted below the closet, and it has worked great for the
30 or 40 minutes it has been run in the last three years.
The big issue for me is the clearance (a la Donna D). If they had insisted on
putting a roof-mount AC on the trailer, I would not have bought it.
With the current set-up, I can go through drive-through windows
ATMs, etc., with impunity, knowing I'm well under 9' tall.
To me, a more-expensive-to-replace RV AC mounted on the roof would be a
Depending on your use, there's a lot of storage aboard. Full-timing, there's
more than I need!
And Mary F, thanks for that post, the roof air does spoil the looks!