I’ll be driving from my house on the East Coast to my home in WA for elk season, assuming my wife doesn’t roadblock my purchase of a new truck. We have a deal, but it seems our deals are always open to renegotiation. Anyway, I’m going to bring some WV whitetail home to my parents, kill some geese on the way, and hopefully take some elk back east on the way home. I’m willing to spend as needed to ensure the meat stays in tip top shape, so I’m thinking of putting a small chest freezer in the back. Has anyone seen a good setup along these lines? -Supposedly the built in 120v outlets will put out 400w, which should be enough to run a small freezer, but probably not start it up. -I could install a 2000W inverter in the engine bay, or in the bed (under a canopy). Seems like engine bay mount with a 120v cord to the bed is the better way, rather than carrying 12v and heavy amp to the bed. -Maybe go with the second alternator option on the truck and dedicate that to a deep cycle battery? I’m ok with the freezer only getting power when the truck is running. I won’t be in and out of the freezer, so it shouldn't need to run often. I’d have to find a place to mount the battery. Anyone have any advice or thoughts?