Just completed the install of a Renogy 200 Watt solar system on my Hurricane. Everything is documented here: Wandering View: Solar on the Hurricane, Part One
but here are some of the high points:
-The kit was mostly complete. Due to the run length of the wires for my hurricane, I ordered a pair of 15' extension cables.
-The "remote" control is on a 6-foot leash. It uses a special wiring cable. Looks like Ethernet but is a different spec, and they say using Ethernet cable will break it. Until I can find a better cable, the remote is pretty useless to me.
-They advertise the kit for RVs. When you get it, you receive self-tapping screws for the mounting z-brackets. But the documentation says not to use them on RV roofs. They give a link to order "wellnuts" instead. I did, hence the delay on install. But having fought through the extra effort of installing them, I feel much more confident about the strength and stability on my roof.
Full install write up here: Wandering View: Solar on the Hurricane, Part One