I have ovens in my RVs, and we don't use them much. If power is available most stuff needing heating is microwaved, and in the larger RV we have a countertop convection/toaster oven which gets in the way but is convenient to use.
These RV ovens do not have electronic ignition, and the burner is under the oven floor, so lighting them is a pain in the neck, involving getting down on the floor and looking under while inserting a long match or lighter. For my wife this is not practical, so for her the oven is useless. I think it's really annoying that the easily reached stovetop burners are equipped with a piezo ignitor, while the hard-to-reach oven pilot does not.
Originally Posted by Jill
(not sure what make the built in one is and not sure if its convection which I definitely prefer)
I think the Escape range (stove/oven) is an Atwood Wedgewood Vision
A convection oven requires a circulation fan, and that requires power. These RV ovens are designed to work entirely without electricity - even the stovetop burner ignitor is a hand-power piezo device - so the convection fan doesn't really fit in. There could be RV ovens with convection, but I just haven't seen or heard of one.
I think it makes sense, if picking a microwave oven, to chose one with a convection feature; I would not expect to find convection in the propane oven.