I made a suggestion to bring beach Towels because the Camper in located on a very busy weekend Water get away. Often that huge springs and all the tropical huts, picnic tables, and all the beach chairs are usually assumed claimed by large groups with many beach towels. That was helpful advice from a local for my guest, who may not have understood how popular this Famous Water Resort becomes during the busiest summer season. Also the Camper is conveniently in a great shower location from the Falls. Allowing your 5 guest to be cooled of when finished in the sun. A 38 ft camper with 5 guest waiting to shower is not the best way to experience The Camper life style. Just to remind you the Camper did provided 10 large fluffy white shower towels 10 white hand towels and 10 white face clothes. Making sure to have plenty in camper towels. As for the tooth paste I take your opinion and will think about adding this. I did assume the 5 guess would have their own toothpaste brand they maybe used to using. As for the porch light Campsites and often wooded areas have rules I assume why the Camper Manufacturing Company does not add porch lights. I believe for the benefit of misquotes and other camper experience. I was wondering why you would have thought the outside TV this protocolar camper is custom built for outside viewing was not enough light. I have experienced this and it seems to be much more productive than a bright porch light. Just so your aware the Campgrounds and all 800+ sites try to respect that light spread so the stars and the wilderness can be enjoyed at night. The Campsite has a outdoor private bar hut until 10:00 the candlelight atmosphere is perfect so I’m am glad you got to experience all these choice and entertainment the Resort provides. I can see why you enjoy this location and like I said your always welcome back and were a very clean and respectful guest. I only respond to your message and suggested ways to reach those stars we all strive for to let you know. Transparency and conversation I will make sure to explain these things other guest may have concerns with. Yet a I’m sure I’ve learned to make everything clear in advance. Experience is everything and expectations can only be met if all the facts are understood. Next time you come to Florida, I will make sure to take care of you for being my first guest and offering all this education on the rating process. I believe it’s important to learn from everyone and will make sure it’s understood and taken to heart. To be a good host we must expect the unexpected.