Good stuff - thanks for participating.
Let me add some more to this:
I totally get the off-road, dry camping, super long drives, and overnight objections. For those reasons, this is not a good idea.
However, is my family atypical in that we are almost exclusively using the RV a couple hours from home and always with hook-ups? SIDE BAR: My wife would NEVER dry camp no matter how much I need to understand the needs of our customers. Dry Camping to her means it didn't rain.
The comment about not being able to power it up to cool it down before leaving on a trip is another legitimate objection.
If we did this, it would NEVER be across the board standard. Maybe an option or maybe one model, who knows.