yeah. thankfully we basically never camp where anyone can see us these days, so it hasnt been an issue.The one thing I now notice on these camper top builds, is they don't appear to have any privacy/light blocking curtains. I added them on my old Ranger camper top by cutting up a solid color vinyl shower curtain and hanging it with heavy gauge wire attached to the existing side window fasteners. At the rear lift gate window I fastened the curtains with velcro. Just some FYI on how I did it some 30 years ago.
if i was doing it, i would probably cut black black-out cloth to size, and sew a strip of hook velcro to the edges. then put adhesive loop velcro on the glass casing. this would allow a tight seal, nothing hanging down into the bed, and complete privacy/light blocking which is key if you're into stealth urban camping.
from a prior incarnation, white colored black-out fabric was a bad idea because from the outside you can more easily tell the "camper" has curtains up. black fabrics tend to look like the windows are tinted or you can't see in.
example: fabric like this..