As for impressions - We have not been able to get out camping in it yet but have towed it to the fil's twice now. On the first trip I managed to scrape a rear stab jack bending into a pretzel
(some what expected)this was due to the clearance and the angle of the driveway and somewhat expected -- but I do understand the rational for the low stabs in the back.
We were going to load / set up but found that 2 slide-outs need slight adjustments (we could see light the the bottom corners when closed so we decided to return to the dealer and get that done before loading up. This is now done the dealer trader the rear stabs for a set of Aluminum Stack Jacks, set of 4 - Camco RV 44560 - Stabilizing Jacks - Camping World
Returned to the fil's this weekend for loading and I can say it has lots of interior storage though exterior baggage doors are a little on the small side but workable. I am glad we had the dealer remove the OEM fan in the bathroom and swap in a MAXAIR Airxcel | Maxxair | Maxxfan
it was close to 90 (32C) when loading & the circulation really helped along with having enough room to move about without tripping over people. as for natural light I can't say much as we had the blinds closed and the awning out.
We head out for a whirl wind 300km 5 day 4 night trip this week and will have some usage info then.
I can also say it tows well behind the 2500 but you know you have 9000lbs + and 36feet of camper behind you.