Congratulations on your new 2016 195BH and welcome to this forum. You and your family surely have some adventures ahead of you. Utah is a great state for camping.
Generators: We thought about it and decided the cost/weight/fuel to carry/Park restrictions on the times you can use them/some noise outweighed using solar panel(s) and a power inverter. But for your family of 5 it may be a good choice to run your appliances when dry camping, especially for several days.
Solar Panel(s)/inverter: We have yet to buy solar panels or an inverter. My research and talking with my trailer friends has us thinking about a Renogy 100w Foldable Solar Suitecase and a Go Power or Micro Solar pure sine
1000w inverter. We have two Group 27 deep cycle batteries.
Wife and I have not dry camped (yet) more than 4 consecutive days and just one of our two batteries worked fine for that period (we did not need to use our A/C, microwave or furnace). We have decided if we are going to need our A/C we will use hookups.
Hope this helps. Also, lots of great info in this forum on generators and solar systems and just about everything else.