I cannot yet purchase a zero breeze, but when i can i will grab it and see if it is worth its salt.
As far as solar panels go, i bought 4 270watt panels off craigslist a few weeks ago and will be using them to get my 1000+ watt power requirement. I have a 600 watt 3 cubic foot microwave and a old toaster whose specs i do not know. The bucket is a 5 gallon paint and drywall bucket from home depot with the seal able locking lid, I use kitty litter to reduce odor and allow multiple uses before removal of a waste bag, wherein i will also store general trash items.
As far as the VR setup goes, I have the computer parts around, I just need to buy a good headset. I intend to setup the space inside so i can sit and use my VR headset to artificially expand my work space by moving my sleeping hammock up and out of the way into a corner or somewhere convenient.
I am using whiteboards to cover the bare insulation, because it provides light spreading properties and allows me to work physics and math problems on the walls and keep them there for a while as constantly changing interior decoration as well as reminders of the work i am doing and why.
for charge control I am using an mpt 80amp charge controller i bought used from a local place and a 2000 watt peak 4000 watt surge pure sine wave inverter from an old race car trailer in one of my neighbors yards.
A new idea i have picked up and credit lainchan especially for introducing me to, is ham radio setup in the van, so i can have internet access anywhere i roam. This is also part of what the extra electronics work space will be used for. antennae, transceivers and controllers ect.
As for bathing, the oil pan in pic related is what i acquired from a scrap yard. after some thorough cleaning i am willing to bath in it, and can sit down in it fully so as to contain any splashes of water when i am sponge bathing. It should also fit neatly under the counter i built.
Thats all the details i could think of, if i remember anything else or you want something specific. just ask. I am still in progress on the build, so it may be a while before i have any good photos or instructions. I am as new to all this as you guys.