I'd strongly advise at least pre-wiring for solar.
With those uses, unless your daily drive is quite long you could still have trouble topping up house batteries. And unless you make some sophisticated changes to the standard alternator charging schemes (there are some threads here about that) the charges from short stop driving are not very efficient, in addition to not being long enough.
You didn't mention a converter, which you'll also need. The outside shore connection should accept at least 30 amp connections, as they are common at campgrounds with hookups. Be careful wiring that as it can give you that nice shock you referred to
And check with your insurer about whether the wiring passes muster; I seem to recall my AAA agent wanted that RVIA sticker SMB put on.