I think larger Rvs should have a cubby for a laptop this day and age. A fold up and down would conserve space.
I don't like roller shades...the spring mechanism always breaks, but it could be an option.
Built in surge protection would be a huge selling point. See the many threads about it.
As often as possible the Ent Center should face the seating....I laugh when I look at an RV that expects me to crane my neck 90 degrees to watch TV.
Not model specific, but no more toilet-only toilet rooms where the sink is in another area. I see many like this. Gross. One should be able to wash one's hands before touching the door knob to leave the room to get to the sink. Mine is like this and I had to install a sanitizer dispenser, but it burns my skin.
Self wash and wax exterior is a must! Us RV owners don't have time to be hand waxing. We want to enjoy nature. (LOL, JK)
Straighten out the Lippert dilemna. See the threads. Specifically, consumers buy the RVs from you. You choose the parts to put in it. STOP deferring to Lippert to decide if a frame failure is covered under YOUR warranty. No other industry is like this. Stand behind 100% of your product
and stop hiding behind the suppliers. You are in the position with huge market share and economies of scale to demand better from your suppliers.
Thanks for asking!!!!!