So after nearly two years of deliberation I finally pulled the trigger on a travel trailer. From my first trip to Nashville a couple of weekends ago... Anyway, almost immediately I knew I needed to outfit the camper for boondocking. That meant both a lot of battery storage and solar. Battery storage is easy, as a while ago I built myself a 400Ah portable LiFEPO4 battery for ham radio. It's perfect for the camper: I installed the SB-175 connector to make it easy to plug-n-play the battery in the passthrough storage where the inverter is located. For solar I bought a couple of 200W, 24V solar panels and a 30A MPPT charge controller. I put the solar panels on yesterday: I can tilt those either way, and there's enough room up there for 4 more if I need the extra juice. Now, I just need to make a decision on a radio and antenna. I have several HF radios from my collection of Kenwoods, and a spare TM-D710A that can also go in. Several have recommended a 6BTV for portable HF operations as it is easy to set up / take down and performs well for its footprint. I am thinking my TS-590S will be the first radio I try to bring along. What suggestions do you all have for an RV-based mobile station? I'm all ears!