Personally, I trust Escape to decide for themselves what is standard, and what is optional. Let them decide which will give them the best product for them to operate a successful business selling. Why drive base prices up with a ton of stuff many don't want or need?
As consumers, it is great that Escape offers all the options they do, both those listed, and other custom ones. This is a scenario I much prefer over trying to meet everyone's needs with things as standard features.
This is not to say that folks should not make suggestions, I know they will listen to them all. I am sure I have had Reace's eyes rolling with a few of my own over the years.
I sure wouldn't want very many of the ideas posted. Power this and that, no thanks. Most of these items can be added by the owner themselves, and I do plan to do that myself.
Sure there are some things that everyone would like, such as redesigned cabinetry to better make use of existing and unused storage space, but to go much beyond what they do now would add to the costs. Like others, I have discussed using another wood species with Reace, but that would mean that the have to stock double everything from panelling to door/drawer fronts, something they really would have to plan and have space to do.
There are a lot of things I want to see different in my trailer, and I am going to get them. Of course, that means I will do most of them myself. I will get Escape to run wiring needed, and leave out a bunch of stuff I will finish myself, but I would never, ever expect Escape to do all what I want for me.
Once again I maintain that anyone could get the most basic model and to camping and make some wonderful memories. The rest is fluff. I like me some fluff, so I will be getiin' in meself.