Thought I'd share an easy (and cheap) upgrade you can do. I've done this on my last 2 campers now.
We usually kick off our shoes/sandals on a rug outside the camper. There is nothing nicer than having a soft (warm) step to walk up. But I didn't want to pay the high prices for the carpet pieces.
So I used some leftover outdoor rug (already had, free) and bought a grommet tool set (like 15 bucks on amazon), and made my own carpet.
Just cut the carpet to the step width, then make it about 2x the step depth (take into consideration the thickness of the step). Then fold over the ends and add your grommets. Finally, use some rope to tie the ends together and snug it up nice and tight.
Also, it always seems like we need an extra step. Again, not wanting to spend over $100 to buy a heavy metal one... I decided to build my own.
I used some leftover 5/4x6 deck board, with some leftover 2x4 to make this step.
I stashed some extra 2x4 under the step to make it 1.5" taller when needed. The last several trips I've needed the step with the 1.5" extra so I've just left these on.
Again I put some leftover outdoor rug on the step to make it soft on the toes.
And its still much lighter than my parents' metal step they have for their motorhome.