These are just some questions I've been thinking about recently. I had a lot more, but I was able to find the answers to those questions by searching around on here. These are things I'm just not entirely clear on, or can't seem to find the right way to search for it. Any guidance is greatly appreciated! Will my 2003 Suburban charge the battery on my 2006 Fleetwood Niagara while it's hooked up with the 7 pin connector? I've not seen a clear answer on this, so maybe it depends on some factors? Using propane at the campsite -- once we set up, do I open the valve at the propane tanks on the tongue and leave the valve open the whole time we're camping? Or do I open and close the propane valve as needed while we're camping? Do I have a pilot light for the hot water heater as well as the fridge? Anywhere else? How much force do I put on the stabilizer jacks? I know you're not supposed to lift the frame with them, but I also want to make sure they're not just barely touching the block of wood I'm using for the base. Does it take a lot more effort than I realize to make the stabilizer lift the frame -- or is it easy to do if I'm not careful? If we want to load the fridge a day early and have it cold when we get there, what is the best way to do that? Plug into the house and run off AC, then when we leave switch to 12V, then when we get there we switch to either propane if boondocking or AC if available? I'm getting a 50 ft white water hose, a pressure regulator, and a water filter. I hook that up, turn on the water pump, and we should be good to go? Anything else involved in that process? I'm going to try to remember some more questions I've had come to mind. Thanks in advance for all the help!