[QUOTE=kodiak ak;529874]Thanks for the info, but keep it coming.
I use to live in Alaska but now live in Elizabeth city North Carolina. I've been to my local dealer (about an hour away) several times to check out the 3010. We have looked at several class "C" rv's and really like the 3010. We are looking at ordering one in November and just wondering if we will be ordering a 2014 or 2015.
My wife and I agree on all the options that we want except for one. I want full body paint. She thinks its a waste of 5K. We are nearing retirement and we plan to have the 3010 around for quiet some time. My last travail trailer had the stickers fading and pealing after 4 years. I thank the full paint will be easier to maintain. Anyone have any problems with fade or pealing of the stickers on their Sunseeker after a few years? Any opinions on paint vs stickers?
I have the full body paint, love it, and would definitely recommend it. I wax it each year and it still looks like new.
I constructed a pole building so it is stored inside and it stays perfect and clean between trips. Considering that you can have a pole building built for about $10K it is money well spent if you plan on keeping the RV for a while. It doesn't add that much to the initial cost of the RV and you will probably recoup it on resale. If I couldn't afford both paint and a building I would opt for the building.
Not sure what you meant by ordering in November which is past. Since 2015 production starts about April I expect anything ordered now could go either way depending on their backlog. Your dealer should be able to tell you.
It's up to you but if you meant next November, I would never order an RV in November unless you asked it to be delayed til April. I say that because I would not want an RV that was delivered in winter and likely got a salt bath on the way. Even when I ordered mine in September I specifically requested it not be driven on any salted roads.