So I'm wiring an external 12 volt outlet. I've already selected the location, and drilled the hole. Now I'm attempting to figure out where to connect it. The device I'm connecting draws (surge) 8 Amps. It's located at the very front of the curbside (passenger side) of the camper. From here it's equidistant to the converter and to the battery. I will have to run on the underside of the camper, if it matters to anyone. My initial thought is wire it into the converter, but the Converter I have is very old, and the wiring is a rat's nest. (Wirenuts and black tape everywhere) I'm concerned I might make a bigger project if I touch it. Next thought is run it direct to the battery. It would still be powered if I'm on shore-power. But it does make the battery connections a little more complicated (two sets of wires), plus I'd have to fit a fuse in there somewhere. Last thought, run it to the existing fridge, and tap the power there. I'm kinda favoring this, as it's fused off the existing 15amp circuit, and the fridge already has 10 gauge wiring. Thoughts? Other idea's I haven't covered?