We have a 24" Jensen TV. It is the largest TV that will fit in the closet, and fold to be flat against the closet wall without sticking in the aisle of our 21. We carry it on the floor of the closet, using some rubberized shelf liner as padding. We have been on the road a bit over a month, and only watched TV / movies a couple of times. Maybe we will watch another movie tonight.
We like the TV because it is 1080p, works well with our jensen stereo/dvd player (one remote for both), and we didn't have to do any futzing to make it work with our 12 volt systems. We don't have an inverter because someone suggested just going whole hog 12 volt, so we did, and we are happy running almost everything off 12 volt systems. No inverters for us!
On the other hand the Jensen stuff is expensive for what you get, and if I had to do it over again, I would be strongly tempted to get a bit bigger samsung, carry it on the bed when traveling, and just put it up every night. It only takes a couple of minutes to put up. I would also need a small inverter, but I don't think it would need to be much over 100watts. Who knows, we might watch more movies that way. I like campfires, but they are more of a social thing for me. If we are alone, am more inclined sit inside with a good book or watch a movie.
Camping: Where you spend a small fortune to live like a homeless person.