We've camped about 60 nights since picking up our Airstream last year, with 80% of them in campgrounds. I don't see many people using awning screens, but there are quite a few RVs that have free-standing screen rooms.
This past weekend, we were atacked by a sudden violent thunderstorm that came out of nowhere. I barely had time to retract my manual ZipDee. Some of my camping neighbors weren't so lucky, and I saw at least 3 awnings were turned inside out or ripped from trailers. The free standing screen rooms fared much better, even though they remained deployed during the storm.
My personal fear would be the time needed to pull everything in when needing to suddenly prepare for bad weather.
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