Shower pan floor panel - improvement.
Thanks for the compliment. You asked about the shower being used. Yes, I use the shower. It is actually "better" than I was expecting. It is tight but if you use it right and get used to it, it isn't bad. Sometimes, there are no bath houses, or they could be undesirable. By the time one gets all your stuff to schlepp over to the bath house the curtains could be up, shower started, and done!
Some tips using the shower: Leave the bathroom door open - use the floor panel to prop it open if needed. That way, the towel holders and toilet holder won't be in the way. After regulating the temp, I flip the sink and vanity table back up. You can use it with the sink down, which is where I put a wash rag and have some hot water in the sink. (This is for self contained in efforts of using bare min. water). If you are hooked up; shower away! You can even sit on the toilet seat cover and do some showering that way which would help if one is tall and having to stoop too much. Either way, after drying off (I do it in the shower as to not get everything else wet), I let the curtains drip dry - this is after velcroeing them back to hang out for a while. A quick wipe down with a towel - make sure the floor is completely dry before putting the floor panel back as the wood bracing will absorb the moisture. Also, be sure the Power Drain works! My first shower was a disaster because the pump head dried out and it wouldn't siphon. Anyhow, I enjoy using it.