Originally Posted by goofey chuck
We are looking at one now... my wife is concerned with the lower ceilings,,, and the small awning
The awning is about 12' which is plenty for two people and chairs. However if you're someone who builds a patio and outdoor kitchen under yours you may not like it. As for me, I find it to be plenty big enough.
I hadn't heard about this unit having low ceilings. I moved from a Keystone Springdale and haven't / can't really tell any difference. Looks pretty standard to me. I'm just over 6' (6'2" w/ shoes) and I haven't hit my head on anything other than the light over the table.
Second trip update:
I did end up buying a traditional futon mattress (known as a Shiki Futon.) The loft bunk is very comfortable and restful now. The bunk room is a hit for kids and people looking for a little privacy in the morning or late night alike.
I'm staring to solve my issues with having less outdoor storage than I was accustomed to. The tons of kitchen and bedroom storage I consider to be a nice trade off.
It tows like a dream. Even with my poor half ton. (Though this is a very subjective thing. Someone who likes to step on the gas and have the truck behave like there's no load on it wouldn't think so. Nor would those who live in mountains or other very hilly terrain.) The length, I'm still getting used to. I'm hugging the double yellow even more than I used to when on those back country roads.
The ladder makes getting on top to sweep those leaves off the slides a snap. But I will say I'm starting to miss my slide toppers. But I supposed that's rectifiable.
The table is still the only real lagging complaint.