Hello fellow Campers, Well, I think I've reached that time of year again where I'm getting itchy to go camping! I'm looking to upgrade the Roo 233S based off of my experiences last year and I was hoping for some input. 1) Generator - I'm pretty sure I'm going to go with a honda generator, but I was curious if there are any other recommendations. We have camped the last year about 50% on the grid and 50% off. On those cold nights the batteries really were struggling to keep the fan going fast enough for the sail switch to activate. I was thinking a generator would help charge the batteries and allow us other functionality, such as plugins for scooters. 2) Solar Panels - I'm pretty sure the generator will take care of most of our power issues, but I was curious if there are solar panels that you guys recommend that are cheap, easy to install, and give a nice charge to limit the gen use? 3) Slide out protector - I'm not sure if it's needed, but I had a lot of debris on the roof of the slide out this year. I really don't want to damage the weather seal around it, so I was thinking of getting a mini awning that they make to limit the debris on slide outs. Has anyone ever used these? Do they work? Any recommendations for a brand? 4) Auto Leveling - Okay, the one thing I hate most, is an un-level trailer. Pulling up and down on the blocks gets really old. Especially when you are guessing how many blocks you need. I was curious if anyone has any experience with any of the auto leveling systems that are out there. I see camping world sells one: Ground control electric leveling system. I also see there are a few other manufacturers out there. I was curious if anyone has ever put a system like this on a travel trailer or hybrid. I've heard concerns of frame twist. I'm curious if there is a good solution for this. I would be willing the pay to the price to pull into a site and have the trailer level itself with minimal effort. Thanks guys and gals for the info and have a happy New Year!