I decided not to install a fixed sunshade (e.g., Fiamma) on Starr due to reported rattle issues and likely damage from high winds. Instead I configured a DYI solution using a Neso Grande
portable shade. The shade is a large (110”x110”), light weight fabric that stows in a small-ish bag. I decided to attach it to the van at two points by way of large suction cups
– to the top outside corner of the windshield and the top outside corner of the rear door window. To raise the height of the shade over the van's sliding door, I attached a third cord with 4 clips
along that edge -- that cord gets thrown over the van's roof (raised or lowered) & secured to the other side's ladder.
The shade's outboard two corners are each anchored by a single guy cord that can be either staked or weighted down by sand or rocks in a Neso-supplied bag, and these outside corners are raised by two Neso-supplied, collapsible lightweight poles.
The two attachment cords to the van do touch Starr's paint, so I installed two patches of 3M clear film
on those areas of paint, and also a protective sleeve on the cord.