I have always thought that a lamp that was 12v powered would be great for a camper. One that would work when dry camping, or with hookups. I couldn't find one anywhere, so I set out to make one, and am very satisfied. For under $20, and in less than 10 minutes. Materials: Lamp- Wal-Mart, $7 before tax (though any candelabra (E12) socket lamp could be used, or a traditional lamp with socket adapter: http://www.walmart.com/ip/Better-Homes-and-Gardens-Uplight-Table-Lamp-Mahogany/16783642 Bulb- E12 Candelabra 12V DC Warm White- $3.50, ebay: http://www.ebay.com/itm/221343362623?var=520215742204&ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1439.l2649 12v Male Socket- $5.99 before tax, Radio Shack: http://www.radioshack.com/product/index.jsp?productId=3806057# Instructions: Cut plug off of end of cord, replace with 12v male socket. Electrician friend told me that the part of the cord with the "ribs" on it is the "negative" wire. I confirmed with a test light before installing the bulb, so I wouldn't put reverse polarity to the LED bulb. Total Invested: $16.49 before tax, and it took me less than 10 minutes. Results: This mod required that I have a 12v socket to plug it into. I always put these in every camper i have, and have even done the install on the campsite for a few fellow PUP members. The Radio shack ones are very well made. 12v Socket: http://www.radioshack.com/product/index.jsp?productId=3896268&locale=en_US I have another lamp which I will likely be trying with the 12v 6mm plugs that you see on the end of the bunk lights. Will depend on where i decide to use it, and/or where I think the lamp would be useful. The hardest thing to find here was the Candelabra bulb that would work with 12vDC. If my math is right, this lamp draws .29amps (3.5W/12vDC=.29amps). A typical 1156 (single center post) bulb found in many overhead fixtures draws ~2amps each, so I'm satisfied with this lamp drawing less than 15% of that! This could be done with a regular lamp as well, just would need an E26 (Edison) to E12 (Candelabra) base adapter like this: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Standard-Light-Bulb-Base-E26-to-Candelabra-Base-E12-Socket-Reducer-Adapter-/140996791896?pt=US_Lighting_Parts_and_Accessories&hash=item20d4104e58 The rest of the pictures in the process of this mod can be seen here: http://smg.photobucket.com/user/kmh1596/library/2012%20Passport%20235EXP/12%20Volt%20LED%20RV%20Lamp Personally, I'm pretty psyched about this mod. Maybe too psyched. I just think it will make the camper a little more like home, with a bedside lamp. My HTT is in the shop, or else I'd post some pictures of it on the nightstand.