1. The Egg doesn't utilize propane at all. I am GREAT with that. Every trailer I have ever had leaked propane. Likely a simple fix most of the time, but honestly, the smell of gas scares me. The EggCamper is entirely electric. Plug it in, done. The downside is that if we camp someplace that does not offer electricity, we will be without the use of any of our appliances... but don't worry! I have a solution... see kitchen improvements later in this article.
2. The interior of the Egg is entirely fiberglass. The seats and counter, everything is smooth and clean. Even the cabinets are rounded fiberglass. Good for cleaning but this does make the cabinet small and awkward. Still, I have found plenty of space for everything we need.
3. The Egg is a little taller and a wee bit wider. Casitas are 5'10' or 6'1" tall on the interior. The Egg is 6'6". The difference makes it feel really spacious. A Casita is 76" wide on the interior and the Egg is 84" on the interior. This makes a difference with the bed. A standard bed will fit in the Casita, but in the Egg there is extra head and foot room, again making it feel much more comfortable. The downside to this extra space is that the Egg is tall enough and wide enough that I need mirror extensions on my truck to see around and behind us while driving down the road.
Now for improvements!
The work table:
Finally, on the exterior, I added a step stool, which I spray painted red, and I removed "EggCamper" and added "www.theEggcellence.com."