By the way, the delamination on the RV is not bad at all, just slight and I don't think that will be a problem for quite a while. The RV is now at a truck repair place so that they can look at the brakes. If the cost is not too much, we will have them do it, otherwise my husband will.
So, it turns out that things might not be as bad as first thought and looks like we probably did get a pretty good deal after all. I was looking at the things I purchased and the majority of them would have been purchased anyway to customize things just like everyone else does.
After we get settled in LA and find a place, we might look to upgrade, but for now, I think this will serve it's purpose just fine. Unfortunately, we couldn't go on the FROG trip in Florida this weekend because of the service needed and hope to go on another FROG trip in the near future.
I know some people have indicated that we should have purchased a newer unit and that perhaps RVing was not for us, but I don't think comfortable camping is reserved for the rich and well off only. A disabled Vet and his hard working wife are also entitled to attempt to enjoy life.
Thank you to those who gave caring and helpful advice.
Jill and Ed and the kitties
1998 Coachmen Leprechaun 31Q