Your comments get me fired up about RV design. It’s apparent that often the people that design and lay out RVs do not have any experience using them.
We read so many stories here of RV owners that have no convenient switches for lights, or switches on the ceiling lights that they can’t reach. On the ISATA 4 we saw the shower door opens right behind the toilet, where the shower could have been designed to open on the other side, clear of the toilet.
We have seen huge undersink kitchen cabinets with no shelves inside, and whole kitchens that have only one single drawer provided. Where would we put our stuff? Do cabinet designers even visualize how these kitchens would be used?
Our motorhome has an entry stairwell motion sensor light. Nice idea for when you enter at night. Trouble is, it detects motion when you are in the driver’s seat driving, so the light is flashing on and off all day while we are traveling. So I had to redesign the panel to add a switch for the motion light.
The best thing is to use past experience to recognize layout problems when shopping, and either plan to do modifications or pass on poorly designed units.
2020 Sunseeker 2440DS Ford, Trekker cap, Topaz paint