The Outlaw is designed (and comes stock) with four (4) TV's. One on the living area wall, one over the entry door, one in the sleeping loft, and one in the Toy Box area. The one in the Toy Box is designed to be removed and used outside when wanted. It's a small screen (13 inch), lightweight, stock TV designed to slip into a channel / grove type of mounting bracket under the 1st compartment on the passenger side next to the entry door. You put the compartment door in the "up" position and there are an electrical and cable plug for the TV.
After I upgraded two of the inside units I had an "extra" 27 inch TV that I elected not to get rid of. My thought was to use it outside (influenced no doubt by the experience of trying to watch the Superbowl last year on a 13 inch TV?).
I removed the stock mounting bracket from inside the compartment door.
I store the TV (inside a BBQ cover) inside the compartment when not in use. But, it has been a good addition to the outside entertainment, is solid, and took only about 2 hours of labor. I plan to tap into the outside audio system to run the TV audio through the stereo system, but that's for another time.
For now, this works just fine.