I was tired of dragging out my tankless hot water shower from the inside of my trailer and it's storage box. I was also tired of setting it up, plus connecting it to water and propane (there was almost always leaks due to my set up haste). Typically, this effort would take about 10+ minutes. Because of the effort needed, I often found myself thinking, "do I really need or want a shower?" So, I decided to take action and engineer a storage system for the tankless shower to reduce the time needed to get a shower. Since I'd already build a kitchen box from a Pelican Case, I decided to pursue that train of thought. What I came up with was a Pelican 1550 case, a permanent case mounting and plumbing system. What isn't seen in the photos is my RV pressurized 12V pump in the nose box and a second water tank inside the trailer itself. Here's a photo of the kitchen and shower boxes permanently mounted and closed.