It's a very good write-up...and it just begins to scratch the surface...no offense meant. It's just that someone could literally write a small book about RV life on the playa. You have, however, peaked the interest of those planning on bringing an RV to perhaps do further research.
I have a 5-page write up of issues I've encountered over 7 RV trips to the playa...anyone interested, PM me.
1. For the overhead tent mesh...stitch some old blanket material (cut to fit) to the outside of the mesh. It will minimize dust sifting inside the tent, and is flexible enough that you can still roll up and pack the tent. Notice I said "minimize"...nothing you do will eliminate it.
2. Just before hitting the playa lay down and tape plastic painter's sheeting cut to fit the floors of the RV. Then put down sections of carpet remnant here and there and down the aisle so's you're not slipping on the plastic. Does wonders for after-Burn cleanup...especially if it's a rental.
3. You said it...LOCK YOUR BIKE! ALWAYS! Especially when you take that quick trip to the porta potties..and EVEN when you're in your own camp! You won't believe the brazen attitudes of some people who'll think nothing about hopping on your ride and pedaling off.
4. When you get home clean your gear ASAP. Don't wait a week or two...it'll be too late. Spritz everything with a vinegar/water solution (about 1:10)...the tent, bike, clothes, utensils. Rinse thoroughly. Then lightly spray the tent zippers with an odorless silicon lubricant...or buy a tube of the same stuff divers use for their dive suit zippers. You won't be sorry.
5. Try to not use the RV on-board toilet...at least no #2's. If it's just two of you, shouldn't be a problem, but 4 folks or more and things go south...real quick! Same goes for the on-board shower. Put a 3-gal garden sprayer in the shower stall. You'll get a decent bath and minimize grey water.
Gawd...there's so much. You may think your best friends and you will get along just fine until you spend a week with them in close quarters, in heat and dust, 4000' altitude, hung over, poor sleep, dehydrated...and then they take a dump in the toilet...
I love it!
Don't bore your friends with all your troubles. Tell your enemies instead, for they will delight in hearing about them.