Hi! I've had the popup for about 6 years. I got it used from a couple who took very good care of it. Everything was factory and in great condition. I've done nothing to upgrade it besides add an extra battery and run them in parallel. I believe all relevant stats are in my signature. We're starting to camp for longer stretches of time (1 week), and I do school work with the kids during the weekdays in which I have to utilize my phone and iPad. During these warmer months, the batteries have been sufficient for our lighting, water pump, and heater needs. The problem is, I've been relying on a little phone charger power bank to charge my phone and iPad, and then I have to try and find some place safe to leave the power bank to charge (in a bathroom, or side of the ranger station) so I can charge the devices again the next day. It's not working well for us. I'm interested in solar. I don't want to build anything, so I'll get a kit. I'm getting confused about DC and AC and inverters. I've read around here and watched YouTube videos, but I'm almost immediately lost. I get that the solar kit connects to the batteries and will help keep those topped off. But, I don't understand how I then charge my phone and iPad. Once the kit is connected to the batteries, will my outlets inside work? Or do I need to purchase something else along with a kit? Or do certain kits come with their own outlet or USB that you plug into? And then, can you only charge for as long as there's sun? Or do the kits themselves have their own little battery packs and I could charge the devices at night once everything is charged up? Is it possible to replace an outlet with a cigarette lighter outlet and then charge that way? Oh my gosh, I'm dizzying! As far as usage, right now, I leave the heater's thermostat at 50 degrees and the heater kicks on maybe 1 hour/day. At most, I use one set of the interior lights (factory, so I assume they are not LED) for 2 hours/day. For the water pump, we go through maybe 60 gallons in that week. I don't use the fridge fan, because its noisy and seems like a power drain. And I'd need to charge 1 iPhone and 1 iPad fully each night. Though I'd like to get a system big enough to handle winter camping that would allow the heater to run constantly (is that even possible?). Also, I'd get a kit that I could move the panels around to seek out the sun. I have a feeling the answer is right in front of me, but its like one of those optical illusion pictures, and until someone points it out to me, I'm just so lost. Thank you in advance!!!