You'll love the Atrium slide:
The difference in light and a sense of spaciousness between a "standard" 831rlbss and the atrium model is stunning! As soon as we walked into the atrium optioned model it was a no brainer, we were getting the atrium slide!
Couple more just because I can!
We were lucky, the dealer had just what we wanted already on the lot so no waiting!
Power tongue jack, power stabilizers, serta matress, slide awnings, etc....
What options are you planning on?
One thing to pay attention to in the 831 RLBSS/atrium is the lack of exterior storage, if that's important to you.
Because of the Atrium, the only outside storage you get is under the bed and a small area that the barbecue pretty much fills up.
The under bed storage is also small because it's in a slide and doesn't span the whole front of the trailer like the fixed bed models.
There are lots of interior cabinets (you loose the upper cabinets in the slide due to the windows), but if you need lots of room for things like lawn chairs/tables/ground mats, the atrium isn't going to please you there.
We accept the compromise for the pantry and plethora of other interior cabinets.
Lawn chairs and what not go into the empty truck bed.
I recommend you get at least two Maxxair II vent covers for it right away. Maybe try to get the dealer to throw them in at a good price since you're negotiating on the whole trailer...and a honda 2000 generator...and a.....well, you get the idea!
What do you plan on towing it with?
Despite the "superlight" moniker, this is a BIG
trailer. Make sure to at least get yourself a good WD hitch with sway control of some sort.