You sound like some sort of religious fanatic. I'm all for solar and off grid but it's not cost effective yet. It's getting better but there's no way for me to go off grid as that's a huge outlay of money and it'll take many years to recoup the investment. DC appliances cost way more than their AC alternatives. I priced a DC air conditioning system and it was prohibitively expensive. I can see this getting better but we're a decade or maybe two away from solar being more affordable than being on the grid. I plan to start small and build a system a little at a time as I can afford it and it makes sense.
They are cost effective as an alternative to the grid. Going off the grid entirely is another issue.
That being said, we go off the grid during the summer at our summer camp. The stove and fridge are propane and all of our lights are connected to portable battery packs that we charge using solar. The bathroom is an environmental toilet. We have the lake to swim in. Granted, there is no TV and internet is via cell, charging everything off of the battery packs. We do have a generator as a backup in case we need power for power tools, etc.
I bought a new 30W panel this summer and used it to keep our Dewalt batteries charged while building two new docks. I did run into one issue with the panel not charging. It turned out that the 12v plug that I was using had a fuse in it rated for 500mA and the fuse had blown. I had new un-fused 12v plugs so I simply replaced it. The charge-controller would take care of any spikes, etc. anyway. No need for the fuse.