I added a couple of the battery-operated "hockey puck" style lights to my front storage area. Work great, and if I forget to turn one off, it just runs down the 2-AAA batteries inside; not my expensive trailer battery. As for the LED awning light strip: I bought an 18' solar operated, warm white strip from Menards last year. I mounted it in the clear plastic "C-channel" mounting strips - come with double-sided mounting tape that stuck well to the fiberglass trailer side (just under the awning). Spliced in about 10' of wire (so the 3" x 3" x 1/2" solar panel could set on my battery box while camped out), and ran the wire down the front awning channel. Coil it up and store it in the front pass-thru during travel. Just to make sure the lights didn't come out of the channel during travel, I put a dab of clear silicone caulk about every 1' along the channel.
A day's charge in a shady campsite (or on a cloudy day) lasts about 4 hours. In a sunny campground (on a sunny day) the charge will last all night. Didn't have to track down or tap into any wires; come on automatically at dusk; nice warm-white color (not that blue/cool white that makes everyone look ill); and provide just the right amount of light for sitting around the campfire. Best of all, I bought the light strip on sale for less than $20!