We chose the following options (comments if it fits):
1. Swapped the stove and sink, no range hood: We did that because we didn't want the hood; more openness, Reace said that it really wasn't needed, and with the Maxx fan located near the door of the trailer, the swap of the sink and stove allowed that fan to replace the range hood. However, we don't cook much when camping and we are vegetarians, so not sure this would work for everyone. We love the openness though. No hood is good for us.
2. Extra window over sink
3. three 12 volt plugs; one near the bed (under the counter extension due to laptop/TV that will be there at times), one on the left front corner, near the shelf in the front over dinette (so we can plug/charge our mp3 player; that is our music system; we have a very small Altec portable speaker and it is great there (http://www.amazon.com/Altec-Lansing-...7567549&sr=8-1
4. Shore power detachable cord (plugs in on outside; this way we don't have to feed the power cord back into the trailer and there is one less place for those little rodents to enter)
5. Tongue box (not only does this give us storage for set-up items, but it is covered with linex and protects from rock chips) and an exterior light above it (for loading/unloading at night)
6. Exterior 110V outlet
7. Bike rack ready (you can also put a rack on the back and carry a storage box if needed)
8. Roof mount air
9. Exterior shower
10. Extra insulation and thermal windows (this is great not just for colder climates, but insulates in hot weather, and also insulates from noise in campgrounds!)
11. 2 way hot water tank (so we can run on electric power when plugged in)
12. Cabinet door in seat bench
13. Grab handle in bathroom, to left of door; don't need this now, but we might later!
14. Exterior propane quick connect
15. Counter extension at end of sink, over bed
16. Battery disconnect; this comes with the 2 six volt battery option, but we have had this in other trailers and like being able to make sure that battery is not powering anything at times
17. Formica is Atomic Orange; it looks plain in the photos, but it is more mottled in person; we wanted it to be different, warm, but bright. We like it.
18. Exterior rear vertical LED tail-lights next to rear window. We love this addition! If you carry anything on the back, more visibility for tail-lights. We just figured it was a must-have safety item and were glad to find out about it from another Escape owner.
19. Used our own fabric for seat cushions (obviously!); we love the ability to customize in so many ways!
We got many of the ideas from other forum members and are thankful for that. Most of all, we are incredibly appreciative of Reace and Tammy for working with us to make this trailer our own. What other fiberglass trailer manufacturers allow so much customization?
feel free to email if you have more questions. we love our trailer!