Real story - loading up the Prime Time demo at the house a couple of weeks ago, my wife gives me a cooler of food from the house with instructions to "take it out and put it in the refrigerator of the RV". Like a good husband, I did my job as best I could, then brought back the half of the cooler that wouldn't fit into the refrigerator.
Wife: Why didn't you put this in the fridge?
Me: Wouldn't fit.
Wife: Why wouldn't it fit?
Me: Too small.
Wife: Those things (deleted)! Why don't you guys put in a regular refrigerator like you have in a house?
Me: Long explanation of gas and electrical requirements for how RV customers need units built.
Wife: That's a dumb answer. I want a bigger refrigerator like my house and I don't care about whether it works on gas or not.
Me: Well, that's just not the way RV's are commonly used or built.
Wife: Look, there are probably lots of families (the demo is a bunkhouse) that use an RV like us: kids, several weekends a year, maybe one week of vacation, usually a couple of hours from home, always with some sort of hook-ups available, and a refrigerator like I have in my house would work perfectly for our needs and would make me happier.
I've thought about this exchange for a couple of weeks and slowly convinced myself that there should be a fairly significant number of customers who use an RV like us - where the convenience of a residential refer (much larger) would far outweigh the negatives (needs 110 power). Now, I've finally decided to throw this thought out to you guys. What do you think?