Hi! As a first time owner of any camper and rv, I can say the class c FR 3120 ds is interesting.
1. On the interstate, keep checking the rear views for upcoming large vehicles from cargo vans and semis. When they pass, the rv catches a lot of air and gets (NASCAR term) aero-pushed. You have to be up on the wheel in tose times and high crosswind days. There is a lot of vehicle to catch the wind from any source. Alone in traffic, you can sit back and cruise as it almost drives itself. Worst blind spot is on entering the interstate from the ramps, other than that they are nearly non-existent.
2. City driving. We took it to a fireworks show in a downtown city. At slower speeds it drives like a large truck. Beware of the width of the roads because you only have a bit of room to move in befor crossing lanes. Turning was easy and doesn't require nearly the sweep to cut the corners as It thought.
3. I have o experience with towing, but the wife wants to change that.
At first, I was intimidated a bit, but didn't test drive. After a couple of trips, 1 an hour away, the other 5, I feel very comfortable driving the beast.
Down hills it will pick up speed rapidly, more so than I ever thought. But on the reverse side it really chugs to get up the interstate hills. ( southern Indiana/northern Kentucky.)
PS- Don't be in a hurry! And test drive !