So after contemplating getting a new heater for over a year I finally did it. I purchased a Propex HS2800 heater this spring and installed it a few weeks ago. After reading all the threads from FG owners on their Propex heaters I decided to go with the HS2800 which is the bigger 9500 BTU unit. My decision was based on having 2 small kids and often camping when the overnight temperature is in the 0 to -5 Celsius range. I mounted the heater under the curb side dinette. I decided to mount it there so it was the farthest away from the kids bunk bed and on the feet end of our bed. I mounted the electronic thermostat on the side of the galley so we would easily be able to adjust the temperature setting overnight if need be. The wiring was very easy to install with the provided wiring harnesses and I got my buddy Joe at Trillium
/ Outback to install the new LP line.
We went camping a couple of weeks ago in Banff, AB where the over night temperature was around -3 Celsius. The heater cycled very well during the night and on the low / med setting on the thermostat it kept the interior temp at a constant 17 degrees Celsius. With the 2 nights of the heater running our battery
voltage never was below 12.4. You can hear the heater when in cycles on and off but it is not loud. It didn't keep us up or wake us during the night. This is by far the best upgrade I have done to our Trillium