Thanks for the feedback.
Everyone has different needs.
This will be my 6th camper so I have had different setups.
My wife loves slide outs and since she is the boss, well you know the rest.
I do like the way slide outs increase the size of the camper, but when camping during cold weather, they do let the heat out a little.
Don’t want a dinette, I have one in my current camper, I have had them in previous campers and we don’t use them.
I have to have a comfortable couch, located in the slide with a view of the TV and a cold beer works good for us after a long day of fishing.
I looked at the 30WRS, but I need a lighter camper and I am not sold on the FRP walls.
I know the FRP walls are strong, but not much of a R value in a 1” plywood wall, about R-1.26.
A 2” foamed wall, which the 275ULSBS has, is about R-13.
This will more than make up for the little bit of heat lost with the slide out.
We do most of our camping off the grid.
This past August we were in Ontario, camped for 10 days, one morning the temperature was 43 F degrees.
I also go hunting in November, so this is why I need the All Seasons insulation package and the generator.
Also, not sure if the 30WRS has a real queen bed or an RV queen.
A lot of manufactures say a queen bed, but give you a RV queen which is about 75” X 60”.
The 275ULSBS has a real queen bed 80” X 60”.
Since I am 6’ 3”, this is important to me.