In July, '11, we ordered a 2012 233S Roo. This was after 2 months of trying to "see" an actual Roo and not pictures of Roos. We found a 2011 Roo to look at, but did not like the decor. We ordered the Roo with 2011 pics and written 2011 info provided by FR, Inc.'s website, but requesting the Roo be a 2012 model. We received the 2012 Roo in September with a U-dinette, a battery cut-off switch, a tv (included, but unannounced before we saw the actual camper) mounted over the couch, not the stove, and bungee/snap style beds. We are very pleased with the extras, since we paid 2011 prices for a 2012 model. Reading posts here, indicate we received a "mixed year" model. I had owned a popup, so the bungee/snap ends were nothing new to us and are very well constructed. Be aware, we were shown the only Roo available in the area and it WAS a 2011 being shown to us as a 2012. I read the specs on the side of the camper and saw the "constructed in 2011" label. We did not buy from that dealer, but learned you can build them on line with many dealers..we went with RVone in Orlando, Fla. The camper came better equipped than we expected and have had 20 days of great camping. I asked for a U-dinette when we were ordering the camper in July and told that it wasn't an option. Then, it arrives and the salesman is surprised seeing an "unavailable option" built in. FR, inc. has poor communication skills with regard to informing customers about upcoming changes, but the product is great. Their website was not upgraded to reflect 2012 options/decor, etc. until October, 2011...3 months AFTER they changed their "options available" list or pictures for 2012. The 233S Roo works for us, as the wife and I have seperate beds, the grandkids can use the third bed. Or, we use the 3rd bed as a "closet" for our suitcases and other "needful things". As "TRIGUY" wrote, he's got a 2012, but points to later 2012s have U-dinettes. I have an early 2012 with a U-dinette. It is VERY CONFUSING based on the lack of info provided by FR, inc. BE CAREFUL regarding the actual model year. Again, the camper is great -- it's the poor communications provided by the company that causes the confusion.