BTW, I've been stealthily working on an awning for the back of the camper. There doesn't seem to be one available that fits, so as others have done in the threads above, I'm making a custom one. My criteria are: light weight and stowable, easy to put up/take down, sturdy and allows water to roll off the roof onto the awning (not between the awning and roof so as to get wet anyway).
It is almost done, but I haven't tested it outdoors yet. I installed a clean, white plastic awning rail along the trim of the roof edge. Bought some "outdoor canvas" which was much cheaper than Sunbrella (<1/2 price) , but supposedly UV and water resistant. Took it to a drape maker and stitched in the welt (which slides into the awning rail), made sturdy seams all the way around, added a few grommets and a "rod pocket" across the edge opposite the camper. The "rod pocket", as the seamstress calls it, is there so you can put in a pole to make the leading edge rigid and eliminate extra guy lines and wind factors. (see if you can use "rod pocket", "pole" and "rigid" in a legitimate, clean
So far, I have a custom awning for $150, not including the poles. Once I tweak mine, I can have these made in bulk for our members here (in other colors too). Here is a pic of it being tested in the garage (I didn't have all the poles when took this, so this isn't the finished deal- but close). I'll post more pics when I get the camper out in a few weeks.