You can enjoy all of your "luxuries" without being limited to campground shore power. Boondocking also doesn't have mean that you are isolated. It can also mean that you are not tethered by an electrical cord to the grid. There are many alternatives. Boondocking has different definitions to different people. It is more on a spectrum than a set idea. One definition (of many) - "the practice of pulling off the highway to stay at free locations in your car, caravan, RV in spots that have zero or limited facilities." My wife and I both use CPAP's and this made it difficult to camp like we wanted to. But finding alternatives to shore power freed us up completely. Probably 95% of my camping destinations do not offer shore power. Most of my pup use is at "social gatherings" in non-traditional camping areas. But because I carry my own electrical sources, I am not limited to where I can put my camper because of electrical needs. By "cutting of the cord", it increases freedoms and lowers limitations. My present limitation are only determined by how level the ground is. Even on the rare occasions that I do chose to go to a campground, I am still not limited if none of the electrical sites are available.