I always had condensation in my Zinger, and in my Sierra. We've camped in 20 degree weather, (18 below!?!?), in the Zinger, and now we've camped in 18 degree weather in the Cruiser. No condensation in the Cruiser, but there were only my wife and I.
I'm thinking that the condensation is "the nature of the beast", which intensifies with more people. Propane or electric, our breathing will add moisture to the air, the more people, the more moisture. Good gravey, man
; does that mean I'm breathing in everyones "moisture?
Not something I want to spend a lot of time thinking about!