I would take a look at the Green Mountain Davy Crockett, I currently have the larger version (Daniel Boon) but for traveling I’m getting the more portable unit. My Brother in-law has one and it’s spot on.
I have had several other previous green mountain units, lost one in a hurricane, one just plain wore out and my current model. I did try the Traeger tailgater and was not happy either with the quality or how compact/portable it was.
I have a Davy Crockett I use at home. It’s a nice unit. Heavier than I would like to hoist into the Horn though. Still looking for some thing lighter in a smoker. Until then I use a Nexgrill propane grill I got at Costco
We travel with our Rec Tec RT340, our Weber Q2200 and our 17" Blackstone Griddle. They each have their own place for our culinary needs and wants. We love all 3 but probably use the Weber Q2200 the most.
We had an RVQ with our last trailer and it worked very well. It clipped onto the side of the RV in a little surface mounted channel and hooked to teh trailer propane -
I'm actually very sad that we let it go with the trailer when we sold that unit. I should have kept it.