In NJ, Give Risco RV a call. Risco is about an hour north in Atlantic Highlands NJ. They do solar installs. I've only used them for ordering Onan and Monoco parts. Their lot is full of Diesel Pushers in for repairs, upgrades, and collision work.
You can do the research and save alot doing the install yourself. I installed 2-128w panels, 2-6v jars, Rogue controller and wiring one weekend last year.
Second Gen here. Mom and Dad started tent camping in the late 60's when I was 4-5 years old. I still remember the Coleman heater, cooler,stove and lantern and all the kids chasing the mosquito fogger. Great memories.
From '70-'74 they pulled a 28' TT with a '65 428 Olds Delta 88 (named "Big Bomb") with LE hitch. Dad marveled at a commercial with a front wheel drive Olds Toronado pulling a TT cross country using an LE hitch with the rear wheels off the ground.
These days Dad has a 40' 5th wheel down south for winter getaways and a nice big popup for summertime use here.
Didn't do any camping late 70's through the 80's but "camped" in a 14' box trailer at the track roadracing bikes through the 90's if that counts.
DW and I started off with a 27' TT Toy Hauler in '02 and moved up to the current 37' Toy Hauler as the family and toys grew.
When the kids move on we'll downsize to a smaller Toy Hauler. Hope they continue the journey when they're ready.
We've had problems with E10 spoiling/seperating in motorcycle and small engines in just a few months. It has a very short shelf life and seperates when it sits. A friend owns a motorcycle and small engine repair shop and fuel related issues and carb cleans are way up since E10 was introduced. We only have E10 at the pumps here. I only run 100 Avgas in my bikes and small engines.
A very good read here if you ride a motorcycle and even if you don't
MC news Ethanol article
The Tech 7 "moon boot" is the most comfortable boot I've worn and got a few years Enduro racing from a pair before the soles wore and the boot got "soft". They're not as stiff as others but break in fast. It took forever for the Tech 10's to break in and they're not as comfortable but offer more protection.
Try on a pair of Tech 7's and see how they feel.
Before Hurricane Sandy came ripping through the Jersey Shore with 75-80mph winds, I filled the tanks and put down the stabilizers. We lost a tree along with a few big branches around the house(and a nice dent in the truck) but the 5'er was fine.