So the intial camping weekend in the new TT is over and it was great for the most part. While the 264L is several feet longer that the LT 250 it's replacing, she was a smooth and easy tow down the highway. The floorplan works great for our family with plenty of room without feeling like your right on top of each other and the lack of storage wasn't as big an issue as I feared as I used several plastic boxes to help organize and will add several more this week.
What's a new camper without a few bugs, right? A few items will have to be addressed before the next big trip; the ignition on one of the stove burners has a short, 2 bubbles in the floor vinyl, one of the rear rocking chairs had a hole in it when I removed the plastic, evidently the radio should have a remote that we didn't get, and one of the shades behind the power bunk has a hole that looks like the installer missed the mounting location and just drove another screw threw it. Disappointing of course, but that's the joys of a new camper and why we did the shakedown before we left on any big trips.
2009 Dodge 2500 CTD
2013 Cherokee 264L