I read a lot, A LOT, about using the oven in the trailer before we got it. So much of what I read centered around the oven being difficult to use because of uneven heating. I was going to buy unglazed ceramic tiles to help, as a lot of people recommend, but I never got around to it. Not yet, anyway, and I may not. I did notice a hot spot when I was trying to toast bagels, but nothing horrible. I did move the rack up to the next highest position, so it wasn't sitting so close to the heat source, and I've found that to be quite helpful.
I do need to cook things for longer than I do when I'm in a house. Sometimes a lot longer. Maybe 30% longer. But the awesome thing is, we can have oven baked things. The dutch ovens are nice, but I appreciate being able to toast my bagels (which we could do over the fire), cook up some frozen appetizers (I do so love me some fried cheese!), and make brownies (easy enough to do in the dutch oven, though not in my pan with a lid for keeping leftovers). Today I also made pound cake, which I haven't done since we sold our house.
These sweet babies are supposed to take 65 minutes in my home oven, today they took almost an hour and a half in the trailer oven. But I have pound cake. Homemade pound cake. NB came into the trailer after they came out of the oven (Bill took them all to Home Depot today for organization materials), looked at them, and just grinned. He informed me that he loves pound cake. Yeah!
Oh, and just because it's that kind of day, I injured myself repeatedly in the kitchen. I burned my fingers on the pan I made alfredo sauce in, I got hot pepper powder in my eye (OUCH!!!!), and I way overate. Oish.