"Wise Monkey", and others: My 2015 310BHDS did come with blinds over the window for the top bunk, they are the horizontal pleated shades. Does yours have blinds or these type shades? NO, there was no toilet paper holder, nor a towel bar in the bath area. I just bought a nice set at a big box store and installed these where I wanted them. I also had to change the passage door handle (non-locking) on my interior bath door also, seven bucks or so. The passage sets may be due to some safety thing from FR. Granted that I have the thirty-one (31) footer and it is a big box thingy. When I am on a four-lane highway, in the right hand lane, and big trucks pass me I can feel when the front of the truck gets even with the back of my unit. My unit wants to drift into the void left by the front of the truck which in turn make the front of my truck want to go to the left. The first few time this happened it literally scared the poopy out of me. I have learned to keep a closer eye on oncoming traffic--hopefully. Does the heater have a register in the bath area? Mine does not. But then I live in the deep south where it really does not get too cold. The only two (2) times we have been out in the unit in cool weather a small electric heater worked just fine. As far as the water from the A/C unit (which IS normal) dripping from the roof--I set my unit up with a little slope back away from the front door side and a bit to the back of the unit. This allows this A/C condensate water drain to run off of the back driver's side and onto the ground in an area we don't usually walk in. It also helps to allow rain water to run off of and away from the slide opening in case it rains. I have seen too many other units where rain water came into the unit via the slide room top. I am all packed up today (Mon) for a four day trip out Thursday when the honey gets off of work at noon. Three couples, units, of us headed to Florence Marina State Park Georgia in order to do practically nothing but relax.