I've made a couple of modifications to our 25RKS this weekend. First, we'll be spending a couple of months this winter in Florida in a park without park wide WIFI but they did have it at the rec hall. So I after researching here and elsewhere I created my own wifi network with a long range wifi receiver using information I found here: http://rv.****eastman.com/2012/01/ho...em-part-1.html
The system consists of a TPLINK outdoor wifi receiver that acts as a WAN input to a standard N router. I found an extendable handle in the cleaning supply department at Lowes to which I mounted the receiver. The pole was then mounted to the rear ladder with hose clamps. So far it seems that I can receive wifi signals about 3/8 of mile. In my house my laptop can only see my own router. Outside with this system I can pick up 21 other wifi systems I live in a development with acre plus lots so the housed aren't too close together. Of course all but one of those signals were protected but I was able to connect to the lone open system. This should let me reach the rec hall.
The next thing I did was mount a strip of LEDs under my awning to use as patio lighting. I bought a reel of Chinese LEDs off of EBAY for $14 similar to these http://www.ebay.com/itm/5M-Epoxy-Res...item4ab45af8a2
I mounted them on the side of the trailer under the awning. So when the awning is closed they are sheltered. They give off a nice light. I ran the 12v cord straight down with an inline switch. The power is connected directly to the battery. As a strain relief I zip tied the cord to the awning arm mounting bracket. Photos attached.