I think it's important to remember that even with an autostart it's not a mindless operation. It still works best if you're thinking about the battery charge levels and planning ahead. Here's an example:
Autostart is set for 11.8 volts, and quiet time is set for 9:00pm to 8:00am. It's going to be cold tonight, so the furnace blower will run fairly often and let's say you have a residential fridge. If you're at 11.9 volts at 8:55pm, the autostart is still thinking everything is fine, will you have enough battery to last until morning? Maybe, maybe not. While it's fine all day and the gen can run when it needs to, that quiet time will allow the batteries to drop below whatever "safe" threshold you've set, 50% or 60% of battery capacity, and possibly down to inverter shut down voltage.
I have the hardwired autostart in my MH and it is nice to be able to leave the AC on but not running. When the coach heats up above the set temp, the generator starts and the AC runs until it's cool inside again. The four footed kids love it and I do too.