Finally! The last of my parts arrived from Amazon yesterday! I assembled a 3-way LPG fitting that allows me to connect the camper and the Eccotemp or a portable BBQ to the 20 LB propane tank at the same time. No more crawling under the bunk to swap out the fittings. Yeah, there's the extend-a-stay, but that only has one QCC fitting coming out of it. This lets me connect whatever I want while still having the LPG for the camper connected. I called a local plumbing/gas fitting distributor looking for QCC to 1/4" male pipe adapters. He said he'd sell them to me for $77 each. Yeah.. NO! I asked him if he could recommend a local shop that sold his products and that might be able to help me. Off I went to City Propane (in Winnipeg). After explaining what it was that I was hoping to do, the salty sales rep tossed me an ME519 (red) fitting, says they don't stock the other adapters, wishes me luck and sends me on my way. His reasoning was that with a 450,000 BTU rating, there wouldn't be any bottlenecks while supplying the additional line. It sounded like exactly what I wanted until I got home and read the fine print on the label. There wasn't anything at all that explained it, just a heading that read "ME519 WARNING". Curiosity got the better of me so I looked up the documentation on the manufacturer's website. Turns out that the warning clearly states that the ME519 is not to be used on RV's. It doesn't explain why but I'm confident that it's because it's a safety issue and they feel no RV should have any need for 450,000 BTU's per hour. Meh, I'll swap it out with the ME518 (green) knob and call it done. For now, I've got the ME519. On the plus side, when we go camping with our kin down South, we'll be able to run both burners on the still HOT TUB at the same time and it's all good! Seriously though, I don't have a hot tub. Having calculated my maximum BTU requirements, it appears that a ME518 (Green) QCC fitting rated for 200,000 BTU is more than adequate in this application. 3 burner stove 17,600 BTU Atwood furnace 18,000 BTU Fridge 650 BTU Eccotemp L5 37,500 BTU Maximum BTU's REQUIRED: 73,750 PARTS ME518 QCC Fitting (Green) 200,000 BTU $12.99 CDN 1/4" Bronze Tee $3.96 CDN 2 x Lasco 17-5381 QCC x 1/4" Male fittings $37 (includes shipping and import fees) Teflon Gas Piping Tape $3.99 CDN You can find these already assembled online for $54 US plus shipping and import fees. I already had the Teflon tape so assembling it myself, the total cost including shipping and taxes came to: $54 CDN, The Lasco fittings are readily available for $11.99 on Amazon.com. How long does my 20 lb propane tank last?