Originally Posted by carmex
We're hoping to get our order placed for a new 364TS today. Our plan is to start full-timing this fall for anywhere between 1 and 3 years. We are a small family (only 3 of us) and plan to do some modifications to turn the bunkhouse into an office for me to work. I'm curious why you feel the 364 might not be a good fit for full-timers. I too feel like it's one of the best bang for the buck out there and want to make sure I'm not missing anything that would be a problem using this thing full time.
Welcome to the 364 club. It seems to be extremely popular with a new group of previously ignored motorhome buyers: Families!
The only reasons i could think of for a 364 not being suitable are:
1) You gave up critical pantry space for that 2nd full bathroom
2) DPs might be more comfortable for extensive driving.
3) The 364 has an inexcusably small fresh water tank, making it hard to boon dock.
That being said, the reason it may work better for you is because of that 2nd full bathroom, it is what moved us from a 351DS. Many people have also conceded that the 2016 transmission and tweaks has considerably improved the ride. This comes from owners of the older 5 speed based coaches and a few former DP owners that have moved back to gassers due to expense of maintaining DPs.