Here is some thoughts on the topic brought up from my use of the EggCamper
I have thought about adding a large window on the rear wall but then that is where the bed is and we take the trade off for privacy. The front wall is the bathroom (or closet if you don't order it) so I don't think I want a window there.
I like the sliders instead of Jalousie because if something happens I can pop the screen out and exit through the window. And the screen keeps light
to moderate rain out. If it is raining hard enough (or blowing too much) for rain to be a problem I would have them shut anyway.
After reading peoples' comments and my own experience I would take a 12v compressor fridge
every time. Now the furnace
and water heater I would like gas option, but the electric does for right now. The stove I am still undecided on - to trade the occasional use with the cost, weight
, and perceived mess (the wife insists the messes are all my fault). We have an oven/stove that we can put outside for when we do cook.
Nothing but a hook up or generator
is going to power up an AC for normal use. Several people have good luck using Buddy heaters. A Coleman stove makes for easy cooking and keeps mess and smell outside. And many people take a serious shower in an egg? I have heard many sponge bath ideas floated. My dad stays at campgrounds with shower/toilets for convenience sake. For small jobs water heated on the stove will work.
Just throwing some ideas around. Your comfort level (like home to roughing it) will help you decide what works for you.