My TT - I love the bed and the hard mattress it came with. It is dialed in with a$100 mattress topper that makes it as comfortable as my bed at home and the sides of the mattress don't round off like a memory foam mattress. I can't get a good nights sleep in a motel bed - my hips always ache.
The fridge automatically switches power sources, the water heater lights with a switch, and the awning extends/retracts with a flick of a switch, and it has an actual tub in the bathroom, so no more slopped water. Might not be a big deal to you but my previous travel trailer did not have any of those things, so we feel like George and Weezy moving on up to a deluxe apartment on wheels.
I am glad my daughter talked me into a bunkhouse. It makes the best shelving sytem for all our crap/necessary camping items.
I love the neutral boring color scheme. Does not show dirt and accessorizes well.
I really like the wardrobe in the bathroom. I have vintage duffels/ airline carry on bags in there and everything fits so nicely and makes me happy.
RVing - For the two dozen nights or so that we go out camping, we get peace of mind and peace and quiet. We like no-frills camping and our travel trailer makes it a comfortable and fun experience.
I have a year round office and getaway room at home for when we are not camping.
So, I can decompress and recharge 365 days of the year.
-Laura 2016 Shasta Oasis 18BH & 2015 Ram 1500 Hemi