Viking with a Hammer
Very good input so far! Thanks.
Most of the people that showed interest in these type of campers did not want a fully build camper. They where looking for a basic shelter that has heat, washroom, bed, somewhere to sit and make coffee. Pop top was a no go for most. Another big point was the shitty quality and 60's interior design in regular campers.
As for pricing: We are trying to go higher end with the windows and doors than what is currently available. The Stainless corners also ad to the price... In other words, the goal is to offer you something new and fresh with quality components. Our target is around US$11.000 for the kit.
That sounds great. Quality of windows, doors, and walls are way more important to overlanders, not so much to the rv crowd.
I hate how campers have cooktops, ovens, microwaves, TV's, radios, etc. I don't need any of that, and it's all very heavy.