We've had our 195BH for a little over a year. It's a great little trailer for us (family of 3).
I did find some immediate issues that feel like just shoddy quality control. If you buy one, you should check:
*Water connection at toilet valve. It was loose, and we discovered that our first trip out.
*The drain plumbing under the sink was loose. That was discovered a bit later. I think it was a bit loose and bounced about until it was completely so.
*When we had it out in high humidity the first time, the air conditioner dripped inside. 2 of the bolts were loose. Hand turntable loose. I made this worse by over tightening them. Do t do that. Now I get to put in a new gasket.
Mods we have made:
*real mattress for main bed. I have also raised the head end 4 inches to help with my acid reflux issues.
*Privacy curtain for the front bed. I bought some aluminum rail and rollers like the shower curtain is installed on, and my wife made a curtain.
*My Dad and took the first panel off of the under bed front trunk, and made a track out of some matching pre-finished trim. The reinstalled panel is now a sliding door for trunk access. I never have to lift the bed to get to things.
*I installed a car stereo and 2 speakers in the cabinet above the front bed.
* I put a shelf in the cabinet right by the door. I plan to do the same to the cabinet above the sink/stove.
I've got other things I want to do, but that's the current list.
Salem CruiseLite 195BH
Garden City, KS