I was hoping some others might be tech-dweebs like me and have some cool tech they have incorporated into their camping lifestyle. For instance: I recently traded DSL for an aircard and found a cool router that the USB aircard plugs right into and creates a wi-fi access point where ever I need it. I use mine in the camper, but you can actually get a battery-powered one and go anywhere! So DW and I can surf our own laptops via wi-fi wherever we need to, even at home. Now that we have internet everywhere we go, I'm thinking about the possibility of buying a Slingbox to access my satellite receiver and PVR when on the road. Does anyone else use a Slingbox with an aircard (or Disney wi-fi, for that matter)? I already have a programmable modulator so I could also use certain channels of the Slingbox to view security cameras while we're away. Or how about add a 200 disc DVD changer to the modulator and leave the DVDs at home where they are safe! I'm also thinking about getting a bluetooth dock for my cell-phone and killing our landline phone service. The dock automatically links to your cellphone(s) when you get home and will ring incoming calls/place outgoing calls over your household phone handsets. In the case of multiple phones it gives a distinctive ring so you know who should answer. I first investigated this technology after seeing it in use in a $2M motorhome (Danika Patrick's, I think). It just seems really convenient to get home (be it mobile or not) and put you cell in the charger right next to the dock and use standard handsets (big, comfortable, loud). When you're ready to go, grab your fully-charged phone and head out, and without pressing a button your calls ring your cellphone! Very cool, I think. Got any others?