Velcro attachment, double layered dark fabric, super lightweight and no hardware extending into the interior of the camper.
Sorry no photos, however, they are on top in the "under sink drawer" photo above.
Rear Screen Perforated Aluminum Protector
Small dog protection for fragile window screen, no noticeable difference in air flow.
Same Aluminum perforated panel material as the compressor panels.
Perforated holes are not large enough to catch and hold small dog toenails, yet no noticeable difference in air flow, and I can still see out the back door when driving.
High enough to protect the plastic screen material even if the dogs jump up.
Held in place by inserting in screen groove and with adhesive sealant.
Power chair carrier for rear of any vehicle, solid, one-piece, receiver hitch mounting, may help with gas mileage due to rear under vehicle aerodynamics. I have had it off the other day and the gas mileage was 1.5 mpg lower than the same trip with the camper on the truck, not exactly a scientific test though. When I'm on the dirt and need a better rear departure angle I can remove it in about 5 minutes, wrap in a moving blanket and stow it securely anchored in the interior of the camper. It originally came with an ability to swing up and still be on the receiver hitch,, however, I thought the overall strength was compromised and it still stuck too far out the back past the truck receiver hitch. Back porch has an extended receiver hitch to protect the rear porch from following vehicle intrusions (yes, I've been nudged from behind) and to pull my lightweight, 150 lb., tongue weight of about 35 lbs., utility trailer.
Same step as for climbing into bed, to get up to back porch.
And, that's it.
I hope you enjoyed the trip down the rabbit hole into a different world.