Originally Posted by BBogey
LOL, I like the pumpkin head idea! We drove over Saturday to a dealer and looked a 2401WS over and actually put the bed down. Since we are going to get one with the entertainment center instead of the overhead bunk, it was pretty important to have a second spot to sleep for the grandkids!
I too wondered about "where" we'd put those corners, but the driver/passenger seats is a good idea.
We have the Sunseeker 2400WS and find it is perfect for the two of us. When we ordered ours, we decided on the trekker cap instead of the cab over bunk. The advertising stated a 42" tv but ours was equipped with a 32" tv located on the passenger side. It actually works out better than in the center.
We also added the oven instead of the drawer because we like baking cinnamon rolls and corn muffins on occasion. Sometimes real ovens are just better suited to baking than micros or convection.
We did order the TV for the bedroom and probably would have installed one myself if I had a do-over. There is a 12 volt, a 110 volt and an antenna receptacle located on the wall above where the tv would be mounted so you could mount one yourself. Ask your dealer to provide you with the brand name and the model number for the bedroom TV so you can check the reviews on it and decide whether you want it installed or you want to either have a different one installed at the dealership or do the install yourself.
If you do think you want the propane grill that is an option have your dealership show you which compartment it is designed to be stored in. We chose not to order it but it appeared to me to be too large to fit in any of the outside compartments on the 2400WS. Instead we have a small rectangular Weber propane grill that uses the one pound canisters. It is plenty big to cook enough food for four if necessary and weighs less than ten pounds.
We have almost 2000 miles on ours now. We went to northern Michigan over the fourth. I was bucking a 30 mph head wind most of the way up and even with the Sumos on the rear, it was a white knuckle trip so I have decided to add them to the front to help take the roll out of the Sunseeker when cornering. The rear Sumo's made a huge difference for us but we do pull a 3000 pound trailer. Mileage going north in that headwind was about 10 mpg. Coming back south we averaged almost 13 in a 10 mph quartering wind. The southbound trip was with the cruise control set at 65 mph which was needed to keep from getting passed by pickups hauling fifth wheeler's.
Now that we have worked the problems out of ours, we are really getting to love it.