I finally got around to posting some picture of my Inverter install. You can see the new 30A breaker that feeds the inverter (and it's transfer switch), which in turn feeds the inverter sub panel, which feeds the loads.
What you can't see in these pictures is that the panel and sub-panel are at the driver-side rear and the inverter is on the passenger-side in the compartment just behind the door (and the batteries under the step)
To facilitate this I had to run a pair of 10-3UF wires from the back of the coach to the front. That was quite a job. 10-3UF = 10AWG, 3 conductor, direct burial (water proof) electrical cable.
I haven't bothered to patch the hole under the sub-panel yet, since you can't see it unless you're laying on the floor anyway.
2008 Georgetown SE 350DS BunkHouse