For me, the dry bath of the clipper is great because I have storage room for extra stuff. I really don't use the showers in either camper. I may use the outside shower on the FnR for washing feet, etc. But otherwise, I use the campground showers - I always wear flip flops and have never had a puddle that big. But I don't stay at campgrounds with shower facilities very often. Usually I use the lake or river to bathe or take sponge baths. But I'm camping and don't care if I'm a bit dirty. When I start traveling for sightseeing purposes, I'll re-evaluate my needs.