New here, have just started tackling my needs everything Bedford. The fridge that came with it (rm212) doesn't appear to do much, and is a real sod to light. I've not left it running more than 20 minutes or so on gas, buut I did notice the pipe across the back, at the top, got quite hot - The fins inside didn't appear to get at all cold. Nothing at all seemed to happen on mains when left for an hour or two, and I've not yet tried the 12v side. Because a previous owner was.. someone who should never be let loose with tools, not even Fisher Price ones.. the inside is a bare shell right now. He did hack a fridge sized grilled into one wall - Behind the cooker. And chopped off the pipe from the old Electrolux metal exhaust vent. This means I can be quite flexible with fitting things. Given all the above, I can't help thinking a mains fridge is the way to go. It'd be mains (the 12v caravan ones are obscenely pricey IMO and I'm getting a pure sine inverter anyway), and the ones I've looked at reckon they'd draw about 300W/24h, which I don't consider a problem. Size wise they look compact enough to not overwhelm the space available. And yes, they might not like being bounced around mile after mile, but I'm wondering if some custom supports for the coil might help make things more robust. tlr - Is there any reason not to do this?