Flagstaff 27rlws, Emerald Edition, 2014
We ordered our 27rlws after seeing tons of TT's. Bottom line was we loved the floor plan, the Jack & Jill bathroom, kitchen work space, exterior color, dark windows and table/chair combo. (We opted for the table/chair option because we could configure it to our needs even though we lost some storage.) The ladder for roof access is a must but you loose the optional grill mount for the rear bumper in our case. (I did install one afterwards, but the grill wasn't that great to begin with)
Don't like (My opinion only), virtually no ventilation as far as the windows go on the left side.......only "Opening" window on that side is the one over the couch. The rear windows are fixed too. We use the a/c a lot!
The stabilizers?.. well all I can say is they kind of stabilize, period! I also use aux jacks to minimize the "Bounce".
This drives my nuts...the shower door only opens approx. 75 to 80 degrees because on the sink base, but I will address THAT this off-season.
Chairs for the dinette hit the window treatments when you push the chairs back, the treatments are cardboard and cloth; I have since removed the side treatments. The side "Hard" window treatments were only installed on the slides. (?) The bedroom had cloth side curtains and the rest of the trailer had nothing but the "top" window treatments
Bedroom flat screen TV ?......get the thinnest wall bracket you can find, you will hit it at some point.
Had to reinforce some of the cabinet shelving in the "Ell" section of the counter to hold pans etc.
The pull out storage tray was not an option at the time for us but I wouldn't want it anyway, looses to much needed storage I think.
Again we are very happy with the layout and have overcome some of the drawbacks to our liking, no regrets and would do it again. And it's still a sharp looking unit to us.