So after our Alaska trip, we have had a lot of variable experiences with it. As you can imagine, FL to Alaska and back in 30 days requires a lot of dry camping unless you have a ton of money to burn. This meant we only showered every few days because a family of 6 with a tank less water heater would drain the fresh water in one session... when in the various campgrounds, we found ourselves having to waste lots of water to find the sweet spot. Does it work, yes. Do I like fiddling with it every time, no. What we have also found is that we likely would need a variable water pressure regulator to make sure the heater gets what it needs. Our last campground in GA we had the scalding on the lowest setting issue, which for me is the final straw. We will be trying the replacement route.
Was it frugal on propane, sure thing. We only had to fill up on the return leg, but could have made it home. It is however very noisy, which doesn't make taking a shower after others have gone to bed too easy as it could wake them up.
Carl & Dawn
2015 Greyhawk 31FS
2015 Ford Transit Connect (our TOAD on a DEMCO Dolly)
DW, DSx2, DDx2 Catx2 Dog
Tampa Bay Area of FL