My trailer is the same floor plan, but a '12 model and has the SV designation, 10th Anniversary Edition, (no longer made). That supposedly was a little nicer trailer. It came with some upgrades like power stabilizers and tongue jack, Fantastic Fan, upgraded mattress, Tor-Flex axles, and a few other things. I've had a few problems, but all in all it hasn't been bad... lots of little stuff that I've fixed. Made a call to the dealer about one problem and he said bring it, but expect a 2 - 3 month wait for it. Fixed that myself, too... for $6-...
Good things... Kitchen in adequate; Tor-Flex tows well (but yours won't have it); Lay out is OK for 2; Bathroom is very usable; Storage space is adequate for 2; I've had no leaks.
Bad things... Couch isn't comfortable; Could actually use more storage; Plastic kitchen sink, (replaced it myself with stainless steel); Rear kitchen stuff gets bounced a lot, so pack it carefully; 2 sewer outlets can be a problem in some places, (we use 2 slinkies and a Y connector); Sits low and drags when towing sometimes (because of Tor-Flex, yours should be higher); Had to repair bath skylight myself (recall item); Crappy TowMax tires; Water filter under cabinet, (moved mine outside with a bracket on the side of the trailer); Needs more screws in cabinet door hinges; etc.
If this trailer still fit my needs and I knew what I know now, I'd still buy it, but I'd get a better deal or walk... If it fit my needs, I'd keep it because all of the problems are fixed, and it's been in covered storage for it's entire life... still shiny and not fading anywhere. But now I have a passel of grand kids and I need a bigger, bunk-house model...
This is a popular floor plan, apparently. I've seen several at state parks and RV parks in my travels. Everyone I've talked to about them seemed satisfied.
Best of luck... and safe travels... Welcome to the FR forums!