Just finished a 2 - 3 hour install of a 75 watt solar panel on the roof of our 2004 22' CCD. Pretty easy project if you aren't afraid of climbing on your roof. The CCD was "pre-wired" and everything was where it should be. The wires for the solar panel (green and yellow) were directly behind the front roof vent stashed in the ceiling - the other end terminated in the cabinet behind the CD/Tuner head. Another set of wires (red and black - battery side) started in the same cabinet and terminated under the bed where all the electrical connections reside. All I had to do was use a jigsaw to cut out the template for the regulator mount and hook-up the respective wires on all sides. I added a 10A fuse (not included in the kit) on the hot wire at the battery terminal under the bed in accordance with the A/S Owner's Manual. Simple.
Mounting the panel was easy too. I "hit" the substructure supports in the roof and got a strong mount, as desired. I used 3/4" self-tapping sheet metal screws instead of what was provided in the kit because the instructions said theirs required at least a half inch of backing material. I drilled through the roof next to the front Fantastic Fan and ran the wire electrical connectors through to the panel. Liberal amounts of 100% gray silicone sealer finished the job and assured a weather tight seal.
I decided to mount the regulator inside the upper cabinet for two reasons; 1) there's just so much "stuff" mounted around the sink already and, 2) I was worried that the LED's on the regulator might be visible at night. My Apple Powerbook has a single pulsing LED that drives me mad when it is dark - it seems like a lighthouse beacon...
Brand: Go Power Solar (made by Shell)
Price: $675 including shipping (no tax)
Output Power= 75 Watts
Rated Current= 4.4 Amps
Rated Voltage= 17 Volts DC
Dimensions of Panel= 47.2" x 20.8" x 2.2"
Weight of Panel= 16.7 Pounds
Internet Vendor Web Site - DC Electric
Here are some pics: Link to Xray's solar pics