We just got back from our first camping trip in the Tiny Camper with a few design changes we discovered during a torrential downpour our first night. The bedroom stayed dry, but windows and doors leaked around the edges and we found we need a better roof peak to drain water off of the tarp roof. Other than that, we had a wonderful time, especially enjoying the screen wall in the bedroom during the daytime for beautiful view and airflow. We also thought of a better way to level everything during the initial setup. Lots of people stopped by to marvel at how it folds and unfolds, and to have a peek inside at our 70 square feet of bedroom, kitchen and living space. The kitchen was just right, we put a cutting board across one of the double bowl sinks for food prep, and a two burner propane stove next to the sinks. We also set up the folding kitchen table for more counter space. We usually had meals outside so we didn’t really use the kitchen table for meals, but we did play cards on it during the rainstorm. It was a real conversation piece and drew lots of other campers, ranging from tenters to RV’ers.