Originally Posted by mcsenerd
I just personally think they should leave it as a dealer option perhaps... Different strokes for different folks....
As I have stated in other threads don't forget about the potential water-saving advantages of a traditional tank-style heater. The "trick" to RV tankless units seems to be sufficient flow, maintained continuously throughout the entire shower in order to maintain consistent temperatures. As has been previously stated the solution for some people is to remove the restricting orifice in the shower assembly.
But what if you want a low flow and the ability to turn it off and on for shampooing, lathering, and then rinsing? Prepare to suffer wide temperature swings when you do so! I say this because I do boondock regularly where my water supply is limited and coincidentally, so is my waste water storage storage capacity! I have never run out of propane while camping, I even frequently use my "Extend-a Stay" connection and an external BBQ tank. But I have run out of water. I wish I had the ability to choose (knowing what I know now), because I would have gone 10-gallon DSI/Electric tank-type unit in a heartbeat!