Wow.... reading this thread I realize how much I didn't know about electrical systems in these conversions. I know more than a novice but at the same time I'm definitely not a pro.... I guess you could say I know just enough to be dangerous.
Having said that, I did see some elements that I'm gonna have to do a little differently than I had thought. I had no idea about bonding the AC ground to the bus chassis. I'm still not completely sure I understand that, gonna have to go back and reread the last few pages of the thread until I do get it (and the diagram did help, but my setup isn't gonna match it exactly, at least not right away. The generator I have picked out has a 50A receptacle on it so the thought was I would just plug the shore power cable into the generator when I want to run off that so will have to figure out the bonding scheme for both ways by doing it this way... or maybe I should rig a transfer switch between shore power and genset and have a dedicated hard-wire connection at the switch to a 50A plug at the genset... not sure which way I'll go.
One thing I will do though is add a couple of these at my mains panel, one on each side of the 50A service... may not be identical to this one but something with the same function.
May also add amp-only readouts to each branch circuit as well to be able to keep tabs on things.
I also figure I'll put the mains about midway up to minimize length of wire runs.