Very nice Barry-Sue,
Are you open to a few more ideas? If so, here goes.
- Window shade string tensioner reinforcements in areas that can get easily bumped. The factory does this upon request. If you have windows by the beds, these will be appreciated. Bump that stem hard and the screw rips out from the wall. Not so with the reinforcements.
- One, maybe two additional porch lights mounted along the passenger side of the rig. Then install lower wattage bulbs. This greatly reduces glare and eliminates shadows at the campsite at night. Also request to move the main porch light a foot farther from the entry door so a swarm of bugs around the light are not let in so easily.
- Add one rear mounted porch light and one driver-side porch light, both controlled on a single switch, located next to the main porch light switch by the entry door. This provides 270 degree camp site lighting when needed.
- If towing a vehicle, add a weather-proof switch next to the rear license plate light (hidden very nicely), to control the back-up lights. Those lights are perfectly positioned to light up the tow apparatus area. I am doing this modification myself to eliminate the need to hold a tiny flashlight in my mouth.
- Get either the quiet water pump that runs whenever water is running, or install a water accumulator/pressure tank
Here is a window tensioner reinforcement. It is the round disk behind the stem.
Here is the water proof switch for the backup lights, purchased on ebay here ----> http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Taylor-Waterproof-Sealed-Switch-1026-/330561308091?pt=Motors_Car_Truck_Parts_Accessories&hash=item4cf6fd45bb
Here is a water accumulator/pressure tank that offers a place to mount the water pump on top.