We bought the 8329SS as "our" trailer. My wife really liked the colors and floorplan and so it became our common choice for our next trailer.
We camp on week-ends, with a couple of week-long trips through the year.
There is LOTS of storage in the kitchen. The island swallows lots and lots as do the drawers under the fridge and oven. Would an actual pantry be nice? Totally, but so far we don't miss one that much.
The drawers under the wardrobe are easy to get to and very capacious. Same goes for the drawers under the bed. There is enough room in the wardrobe to have a duffel bag/ carry-on or laundry basket on each side with plenty of room for hanging clothes above.
This is an ultra-light trailer and yes, while the bathroom and kitchen sinks are plastic, that are definitely a cut way above the norm in travel trailers. The kitchen faucet is as nice or nicer than the one in my house and the bath taps are decent, functional and don't scream "CHEAP", at least not to us.
Bottom line, you do need to be happy and since you are spending your money on what you want, make sure you get it. For us, the floor plan, the openness and quality all came together in the 8329SS.
SF Bay Area
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