I have a 2013 2306 which I used 21 nights last year. I was able to fit all my sewer hose into the rear bumper so I don't know why some guys couldn't get theirs in? I put wire racks in my pantry closet and since we have one child who sleeps in the lower bunk we turned the upper bunk into a storage area. We bought several large plastic totes which fit the space perfectly. They give us ALOT of storage. We store our outdoor chairs, ground rug, and broom under the couch with space to spare. I keep all my tools, chocks, lego pads ect. in the left front storage compartment and grill items, awning lites ect in the right front compartment. I put an extra battery box next to the stock one on the tounge and that's were I placed my bottle jack, lug wrench, rags and other roadside emergency stuff. I keep all my electric cords, water hoses and such in the rear compartment which is where the lower or third bunk would be if we did not have the Murphy bed option. We are a family of 3, wife, me and 6 year old daughter and have found the 2306 to be perfect for us. We spent 10 straight nights in the camper at Williamsburg, Va last summer with no storage problems we had everything we needed, you just have to be neat and organized that's all it takes. Also I'm not bragging but we still have a lot of empty storage space left that we have never found a use for. Those upper bunk storage totes really help out a lot. We do use our 2306 as a rolling condo, we really aren't into "woods / boondocking" camping we like a nice quite wooded campground but we camp next to theme parks and such so we mostly sleep, shower and eat a little in our 2306 and spend the day a the local attractions. So mabey that's why don't need a lot of storage.
2013 Rockwood Mini Lite 2306 w/Murphy Bed
2004 F-150 4.6 Liter 4x2 Factory Tow Package
2012 - 21 Nights Camped
2013 - 21 Nights Camped