Why do you think that's more likely to happen in a remote wild spot than it is in a big company stalag?
I've never been accosted or had anything stolen on a site.. but had a window broken at Aldeburgh .. middle of the night and was awakened by loud banging and shouting.. that was a scary event and put us both off wilding .. and had two bikes stolen on aires.. not saying that it's more likely, just a fact
My take on it is this.. if you don't wild camp with your motorhome, you may as well have a caravan.. and this is the main reason we have now sold our motorhome and gone back to caravanning ..
In the UK we generally stay on CLs, I don't think Jim would consider his site a Stalag ..
With a caravan will have the use of a car for sightseeing and shopping etc.. we can go anywhere we went with the motorhome, we toured extensively abroad with caravans before we started motorhoming.. only drawback is not being able to use campingcar aires.. but these are only overnight stops not destinations.
Our Hymer Nova caravan has all the facilities of the motorhome., including onboard fresh and waste tanks, huge washroom with separate shower.. at 4.7mt internal length it is more spacious than our B644 Hymer was..
summing up.. my view.. :
Motorhome = touring and wild camping for one or two nights.
Caravan = stopping on sites for as long as you want. Enjoying cooking outdoors, relaxing and going out for the day cycling, walking or in the car to explore the local area.
no right or wrong.. pros and cons for both .. just what suites you ..