It is a monster, We actually looked at the 292, which got us looking at the coachmen line. We had pretty much decided on ordering the 310 (wife really wanted a bunkroom) when they introduced the 320. different floorplan with the extra slide and island kitchen, she was in love.
Pulled it about 1000 miles so far, and only spent 4 nights in it - something wrong with that ratio. Anyway, pulls pretty well in general. Have not weighed it, but figure with light load of camping gear is over 9k lbs. The length takes some getting used to, and the sway in winds is more than I expected, though that may be partly due to the Reece Pro WD/friction sway set-up the dealer installed for me. May need to upgrade in the future.
Had a question about weight. I pull it with a Excursion diesel with upgraded 1 ton suspension all around and larger sway bars. I used to own a Dodge 1500 with the factory HD work package (don't know if they still sell it that way) but figure that is comparable to today's 1/2 ton HD package trucks. I would only pull this thing with a 1/2 ton for short distances, or I was able to travel non-interstate roads. I would probably do it, and be OK, but I would not necessarily recommend it to others.
2013 Coachmen Freedom Express 320BHDS pulled by a 2005 F250 King Ranch CC
A rainy day camping is better than a sunny day at work.