The stove rattle is simple to fix: if the burners are rattling, lift off the top and either tighten and/or reposition the screws that hold the burner propane piping, or insert an oversized screw if the current screw won't tighten (because the factory stripped it, like ours). We also added little rubber feet from Home Depot that slide over the wrought iron grill feet that raises the grill a little higher to stop all rattling. You can also buy a 20" x 20" wooden cutting board with rubber underneath from Camping World for additional work space that makes the whole unit absolutely quiet. If we drove your unit at the trade show, the camera worked fine. Check the cable above the windshield that leads to the rearview mirror to see if it is loose, and make sure you turn it on every time you start the engine by pushing the second icon from the bottom. You can also adjust the brightness by using the next icon up. Also, have your partner stand behind the RV and tell you how far they are from the top and bottom of your image so that you know how close you can come for backing up and passing cars and trucks. Ours was set at 5' and 35', good for us as a compromise, otherwise I could climb the ladder and readjust.