Depends on the shipping cost, my dealer is in West Va, 90 miles way from my home and with $1600 shipping my cost was less than $22,000. Lance has a lot of standard items, my extras were awning, 9200 btu a/c, microwave,fantastic fan,spare, and slide topper. MSRP was around $26K less $4K discount.
2009 Dodge Ram Hemi 4x4 11,300miles- lifetime warranty
2012 Toyota FJ-500 miles
2012 Escape 19'
nights camped already=14
I have the price list with options, with every option, including solar was $26,900 with dealers offering me $21,000 on the street, but I had to drive to California. I chose a dealer on the East Coast and paid the extra $1,000. I did not chose solar so my MSRP was $25,900, my cost was $21,900
Those windows are also on the Camplites.It's a slick design and you can get ventilation in the rain, but you have to separate the screens from the night shades in order to open or close the window.I thought that was a bit of a pain and I was concerned that if the mechanism broke it would be a problem to get fixed (the one I looked at was a little glitchy already).
I believe the blinds and screen are designed to clip together. The screen rolls up into a sleeve at the top and the shade rolls down to a sleeve at the bottom as one unit. It goes up or down for screen or privacy but not both. I think that you probably don't have to keep them clipped together but as they run on the same track you could not use the blinds totally up (keeping the interior dark) and have the screen in use so it would block the breeze even if the window was open. And you still have to roll the screen up and the blinds down in order to reach the window even if they were not clipped together. I didn't like them and it's one of the reasons I took the Camplite off my list.