As I am reading about the condensation on Lil Snoozys, one thing I want to point out is that condensation is just the water vapor in the air become water droplets on the cool surfaces. So, two things -- if the vapor doesn't condense, it stays in the air, but the level of actual moisture is the same - there is a certain amount of moisture inside the camper, in whatever form it is currently in. This isn't unique to Snoozys. Go to the teardrop website, Teardrops n Tiny Travel Trailers • Index page
, and look at all the posts about moisture.
Second, on a camper with rat-fur, you may not see the condensation on a cold day, but it is there. I had many times when I would lean against the "dry" wall in our Scamp
, and end up with an immediately soaked back.
Moisture will be a problem in any small contained space with people breathing inside. The answer, in any small camper, is ventilation. In colder weather, paradoxically, more ventilation is needed.