I didn't see your reply. Crusader and Titanium are not in the same league. I owned two -- originally in the lower end level of construction. I don't know if they did justice in describing -- from the two stage furnace, to the mor-ryde suspension, hydraulic disc brakes, inverter, 9 cu ft refridge, hi capacity hot water heater, solid cabinetry, maxxair fan, fanatastic fan, paddle fan, thermo pane windows, day& nighr shades etc. But at 37' and 11300 # empty -- I decided to downsize (found it not possible to lower the weight in any of the middle to upper end level trailers. Looked at many (also wanted no slide on the passenger side so a full length awning could be had, 16" wheels, refrigerator not in the slide-out, fireplace, paddle fan, no island) Wife saw the fabric covered furniture (not leather as the 2014's have) and the living area floorplan of the 2013 and loved it. Not my style usually as I do much research, but I said okay. Knew nothing about Crusader or prime Time. My wife hates hearing me say "It is not a Titanium ", but I'm adjusting (good outside storage) I won't get into the deals of the post buying experiences ( not pleasant ) except to say that the owner, Karen, got the results I wanted after the third visit. Another reason for downsizing is the possibility of going to a gas job tow vehicle. I don't drive the diesel enough to do it justice. Have fun with your Crusader and enjoy the camping experience ( we have been camping since the 1970's -- yup, "an old fart"
Dave & Barbara Harris & Prince Charming (woof)
2013 Crusader 290RLT
2011 Silverado 3500HD, SW, XC, LB, 4x4, Duramax-Allison
traded 30E35TS Titanium