Ours is an '02 Georgetown 325S, F53 V-10. We bought it last July from the original owner who'd had to give up because of health issues. It's in gorgeous shape, with less than 12K miles when we bought it. Apart from a couple of grubby spots on the upholstery (the barrel chair by the door and the top of the forward dinette seat back), the interior looked like new.
Obviously we had to replace the original chassis '01 GY tires. Since we're in Les Schwab territory, we got their Toyos. The only other issue has been a rotted slide topper on the living room slide. I think this resulted from the previous owner parking it for the best part of 18 months with the slide deployed and facing south.
We did about 2700 miles between late July and the end of October, getting about 8 mpg. We've docked it for the winter alongside the garage and expect to be resurrecting it in mid-April.
At present, our trips tend to be 4 or 5 days, because of limitiations of our 13+ year old Labrador. She has a tough time with the entry steps, so we keep the trips short.
We're considering longer trips when she's not with us any more and may look into toads. We don't stay long enough anywhere to need one in our present style of travel, but if we go farther afield, a toad would be useful.
We have a Kia Sedona van, weighing abiut 4500 lb and our hitch is rated at 5000 lb. It would be prohibitively expensive to modify an 8-year-old van with 80K on it for flat towing, but a braked dolly would probably push us over the hitch limit. Still working on that!
Frank and Eileen
No longer RVers or FR owners