Just a two day one night trip to Eiesenhower Stat Part. My FORD Ranger 4Cyc hauled without a problem even with being a max wieght limit.
Took about 20 minutes to set everything up including leveling and setting up an outside kitchen. Temp was fairly warm around 97 but the AC worked great and keep the camper at around 78 without probem. That was a big plus coming back to a cool camper after a couple hours hiking in those temps. Never had a microwave camping before and didn't think it would get much use but came in handly for making tea and soup for a quick lunch before heading out hiking. Table as I read on the forums is unstable but turning side wise not only made it more stable but give more room. Thinking a couple three velcro points along the edge will fix the problem at least as far as playing cards or dominos goes. The bed was comfortable and it was nice not having to knock down the table for sleeping space. The outside amber light was handly for taking the dog out for a walk before bed and the camper had more than enough space for the wife, me, and the dog to move around without always bumbing into each other. Water heater worked great the water more than hot enough for most anything. Frig keep the food and drinks cool not really cold but cool enough that food didn't spoil and the drinks cool enough to be refreashing. The radio wasn't much use as we could only pick up one FM station but with the CD player that didn't matter.
Short story everything worked fine, had a great time and really enjoyed our new A Frame and now planning our trip to the Texas Renaissance Festival this time primative camping so no electricity or water so I'll see how the frig does on propane and on board water tanks do.