Got it around 3:00PM and drove it to the campground.
Impressions so far. From a person that never has done travel trailers/campers. I'll be griping but I kinda like it so far. Some obvious issues though. I have two days camping from the guy that sold it to me so I'm kicking the tires before taking off.
size: I'd say comfortable. About what I expected. There is enough room to actually feel like I'm walking to something.
seats: More comfortable than I expected. Kinda like them.
bathroom: I thought airplane bathrooms were small. Holy crap. Gotta open the door so the left half of my body has some place to go. I'm 6'1" and around 300lbs. But sheesh. Have to bend over in the shower also. I keep expecting Ken and Barbie to burst into the bathroom.
build quality: Out of 10 I'd give them around a 7.5. They have drunk midgets build these things?? Some things are just done without care. I think Hank (The angry drunken dwarf) went on a bender and crawled under the camper with a staple gun on auto. His drunken dwarf cousin did the welding. I mean. Jesus. I'd fire somebody for that kind of work. To top it off are these stickers on the camper relating to quality checks. Scares me. I wonder what is wrong that I cannot see... Obviously, it left an impression.
queen bed: I think I'll be putting an air matter under the existing mattress. My 46 year old body can't take sleeping on plywood disguised by something that resembles a mattress. Lol.
weight: It's supposed to be pretty light but I was surprised by how much I could feel it behind my truck (2003 5.4L Triton V8, towing package). I've never hauled anything in my life and haven't owned a truck very long. People said you'll hardly notice it's back there. They lied. btw, I have a weight distribution hitch with anti-sway. I'm just talking about the weight.
TV: the flat panel placement on these isn't very good and wasted a lot of cabinet space IMHO. I'll be moving that.
Off to go "experience" sleeping on that plywood platform. I have back problems. This is going to be a long night.