Well we just got back from our first camping trip in our new to us Popup. I must say it was much better than being in a tent. We ran into a few snags, First off was the perfectly level setup location so we didn't get to put into use our practice with our Camco curved levelers. We figured this was a great sign for our trip, then realized we forgot pancake syrup and milk, luckily were were just 20 mins from town. Then the next morning it rained the entire day. It rained so much that our level trailer was no longer level by the end of the day I will say though it was so great to be off the wet ground! Now to the real issue, power, well darkness. I didn't realized how dark it would be with a solid roof and smokey vinyl windows. We had camp lanterns around the trailer and it was still dark, even when sunny. When raining it was pretty much night time in the trailer (the site is well treed). This was our second time on this particular site (unpowered), we talked about moving to a powered site next time but we really like this site. So the obvious solution is to add a battery to our popup. So I've done some reading on adding a battery and I'm hoping that my convertor (Centurion CS2000) has the ability to have a battery connected to it. I had a look last night to see if I could find a battery connector wire as I read some convertors come pre-wired for this hookup. If it's there I don't know what to look for. I can snap a few pics of the back side of the convertor if needed but I was hoping that someone might know exactly how to connect a battery to this convertor. If a battery cannot be connected to this convertor I'm going to need a lot of help sorting out how to switch the DC circuits between shore and battery power. Right now I am content with charging the battery at home as we are only doing short 2-3 night trips but I'd like to add solar charging at some point, and TV charging when I get around to getting a 7 pin connector to use the electric brakes.