There are many higher quality inverter options out there, so definitely do your research. Consider your future capacity as well as the quality of the power. What I mean by quality is you will read terms like "pure sine wave" or "modified". It's the waveform of the inverter output. https://www.altestore.com/blog/2015/...the-difference
I accept that what I've got is a cheaper modified output and it is less efficient (and potentially damaging) to the electronics. I really should upgrade it, but we are only dry once or twice a year and don't use it a lot even then. Xantrex has some nice true sine wave inverters with plenty of capacity if you wanted the full 15A capacity. If you do a lot of dry camping, I'd choose a quality product from the start.
Our load panel is under the queen bed, easily accessible with room for the inverter and auto switch. Consider where you'll be mounting your extra hardware as you shop. All our wiring was short runs.