Thanks for the info. This is going to be our first camper, so we don't know much about them except what we have read. I did notice that the Keystone has higher rated axles & E rated tires. I also like Keystones "command center" approach to coach controls, such as generator, fuel level, tank levels, etc.
It seems goofy to me that the XLR 27HFS has the gen controls on the wall near the floor. The battery disconnect is also in the same location. I'm 6Ft and from the pictures I would have to stand on my head to read generator hours. It does kinda make sense that they have the tank level meter in the bathroom. Not sure where you would find out how much fuel the generator has left unless it is outside at the fuel pumping station.
Does anyone that owns a XLR27HFS have comments on the above?