Here are the 2016 Ultimate Camper Survey responses to, “Is there anything that you would like to add to your next pop-up truck camper purchase that was not asked about in the above survey?”
Diesel powered stove, heat, and water heater
Bike and canoe rack
I want a short bed half ton truck camper with side entry, dry bath, and a built-in generator under 2,000 pounds.
A simple slide-out kitchen stored under the dinette section. A two burner stove, a little prep area for cooking out doors in nice weather.
M.I.S.S. = Make It Simple Stupid
A solid wall Hallmark with a front dinette would be ideal.
As much storage space as possible
Design cabover for two twin mattresses with storage between mattresses at head end. Roof with rollover edge to avoid need for seam sealing.
Accessible wiring channels throughout for modifications, trouble shooting, and add-ons. Clear wiring diagrams. LED lighting to be warm, not bluish.
Rear of camper must not interfere with a trailer
Tool box for light repair items
Interior LED lighting
Sleeps a family of four
Camper back up lights
Make standard roof mechanisms for lifting roof with 150 pounds of kayaks or boats so one does not have remove boats to raise the roof.
1,000 pounds, or less. These camper manufacturers build everything for the heavy trucks. Half-tons are where the market is headed. Also a camper under $20K. I speak with so many people that think the trailers are a much better buy for room and options, especially for half-ton trucks. Just trying to help.
Satellite radio option
Lightweight is the ideal set up