okay for those of us who have ever camped - and if you had to choose one or the other general style - do you prefer campers/trailers with at least some level of "indoor" comfort or bare bones simplicity? I'm all about keeping it simple because I like to spend most of my camping time doing things be it hiking, hunting, fishing, etc. not setting up camp and cooking food and whatnot. I'd rather stay active until there's enough daylight to do a quick recon then slap up a tent and get some shut-eye. Depending on the weather I might not even set up a tent. I generally don't cook food either, again quite a time saver. I just take food (like an MRE or a civilian version of one) designed to be eaten "as is". IMHO if you have a TV and all the amenities of home, you might as well stay at home then! My wife has never enjoyed camping unless she could sleep in a camper. She hates the thought of bugs & critters attacking her. Of course I explained how if a bear really wants your food it's getting in one way or another, especially if it's a brown/grizzly bear. No skimpy ass camper is going to keep a brown bear out! That said one time in Alaska my buddy and I were slightly above the timber line (which is actually pretty low in that part of Alaska - maybe 2,000 feet or so) and it was windy as hell. So there were no trees to hang our food in and the nearly constant wind made it hard to hear and thus ensured that there was no way we would get any warning if a grizzly were probing around our campsite while we were sleeping. Factor in this was springtime so bears are extremely hungry & opportunistic that time of year. Yes we had adequate firearms but that does you no good when you are sound asleep! Luckily the only critters coming through our area were a small herd of caribou and a few moose once we got down to a lower elevation on our way back down the next morning.