Just a further note on the advantage of LEDs... I was curious about the amount of amps different components in my Roo were pulling so I hooked up my multimeter. Here are the results in regard to my lighting: 1 traditional incandescent bulb was using 1.42amps. Most of my light fixtures take 2 bulbs. The reading with both bulbs was 2.74amps. One of the LED replacements I use read 0.205amps and the fixture with both bulbs averaged 0.415amps. (There was slight variation between fixtures, even though they all have the same type of LEDs. My Roo has 20 interior bulbs. With ALL the interior lights on, the LEDs used 4.1amps! That is less power than only 3 incandescent bulbs would use, bulbs not fixtures! All lights on using incandescent bulbs would use over 28amps. So if you dry camp, LEDs are a no brainer. But as mentioned already, it is worth spending extra for a high quality LED replacement. I am sure that there is a wide range of power use among all the different types and brands of LEDs available. The readings above were with taken with the LEDs I chose and tradition 921 wedge type incandescent bulbs.
Michael, Cristina, Anthony, Cocoa Puff, Cookie, Blossom, Tosca, & Heidi
2012 Rockwood Roo 21SS