I did my install today on my hardwired unit. Took me longer to figure out where I wanted to put it then it did to hook it up. The 2301 is a rear queen bed. The transfer switch is under the bed so that seemed to be the logical place to put the EMS. I was going to put the EMS after the transfer switch but decided to install it before it. I don't use the generator all that much and when I do it's only to run the A/C. We don't do any boondocking so I'm more concerned about campground electrical service problems. The generator is an onboard Onan/Cummins unit so I'm counting on it running without frying all the electronics in the coach.
Forest River left plenty of extra cable under the bed so all I had to do was cut it, strip it and attach it to the EMS. I installed the EMS where the transfer switch was originally mounted and moved the transfer switch a little forward. I mounted the readout on the front of the bed under the electrical panel. That way I won't be looking at blinking lights all night but it's easy to see from anywhere forward of the bed.
Before I buttoned everything up I plugged into shore power and made sure the system was working correctly.
While I had the bottom of the bed opened up I also fixed the uphill water tank fill problem that a lot of people were complaining about. The fill tube ran slightly uphill at one point so I pushed it down to where it's all downhill from the fill opening to the tank and zip tied it into place.