I've got one. Bought new, first ever RV, and I will tell you that the first year is absolute hell. You'll find things that are broken, door knobs are loose, blinds bind up on the valance, and your microwave may fall out of it's mounting location. You'll be angry at the money you spent, and think about selling it to buy a $3000 trailer from Craigslist. Use the crap out of your warranty with GiantRV and don't let them keep your coach longer than you feel is reasonable. Take your new RV out each month - even if you have to drop it off at the dealer on the way home and even if that happens each month for the first year... This is what I had to do.
Once you've paid this "New RV penalty" - you'll find that the 1913 is quite simply an amazing little trailer. We load two quads and a long weekends worth of gear and tow it behind a 6.2L GMC 1500. It's great. Takes 20 minutes to set up and tear down, VERY easy to maneuver through parking lots and tight campgrounds and we always get the most sarcastic comments about our power awning from our friends without one.
We looked at the 2313, but to us the 1913 felt 'bigger' - since there's no wall in the middle. We've slept 7 people, and had more than that inside playing cards on a rainy day.
I've made a couple of upgrades - the best was a memory foam mattress. It has very little motion transfer and feels just like home after a long day on the quads or on the beer. The other was a Fantastic Fan with a remote control. I'm not tall enough to reach the manual vent crank and we were using the end of a broom handle to open/close the vent. Perhaps not an issue for you, but the fan has been a huge benefit for us.
My wishlist is small - the outside storage compartment is smaller than I'd like it to be, and there's only one. To keep as much room as possible available in the bin, I added a 6x6 vinyl fence post under the trailer frame to store flags, flagpoles and sewer hoses (with caps on both ends). Anything else goes behind the quads. Both fit with plenty of room to access the bathroom and bed from the side door in case we need to stop somewhere and use either. The girlfriend wishes there was more counter-space, but it's never stopped her from cooking some amazing camping meals.
All in all, it's a really good unit.
Just me, my girlfriend and our crazy Boxer Stella.
'13 GMC 1500 Sierra Denali, '14 Stealth SS1913, '08 YFZ450 with some crazy engine mods.