Re: Any experience with this toilet?
It's an imitation Port-A-Potty. In states that require RVs to have all the RVIA-type bolted-in permanent facilities, it doesn't count. In states with self-certification, or no particular list of required living facilities, you have a functioning toilet.
Port-A-Pottys split in two. The bottom half is a black tank. The top half is the bowl surrounded by a fresh-water tank. The handle in the middle pulls out to open a shutter between the two. Push the handle in, undo a latch and pull the halves apart. You can now carry the black tank to the nearest toilet or latrine to dump. Carry the top half separately to a water faucet to be filled.
On either side of the seat are a fresh water filler cap and a bellows pump. After using the unit, pull the shutter handle out to let the bowl contents drop, and press the bellows for a meager squirt or two of water around the bowl. You may want to carry a pack of alcohol wipes to clean out any unsightly residue the squirter can't move.
Someone said "Making good decisions comes from experience, experience comes from bad decisions." I say there are three kinds of people: those who learn from their mistakes, those who learn from the mistakes of others, and those who never learn.