Don't have it yet. I've been looking so long, my wife doesn't remember me ever having interest in one.
My first "want" back in '02-ish was a CampMaster fifth wheel. Varying garage sizes and being built on a car hauler chassis were the appeal. The living quarters were a bit too spartan for my wife, however. As a friend once put it, Adrienne(my wife) doesn't do camping without hot and cold running servants.
Lately, it seemed that the Jayco Seismic 3914 would be the only thing truly worthy of our tastes but, man, that
thing is a monster. No way my truck could handle it, and my truck ain't no slouch.
I'm former military and pretty much became comfortable living out of a seabag. As an older <ahem> gentleman, I found the value of comfort. I'm certain my wife had everything to do with that.
We ended up with an '08 SunsetCreek 307RL travel trailer that recently suffered a near terminal roof leak...the jury is still out on its repairability. It never fulfilled my needs but it was fine for our campground on the east bank of the Susquehanna, across from Selinsgrove. There aren't any PC rules, the lots are relatively big, the rent reflects the lack of amenities and it's hard to argue with a riverfront lot. Been there since '08.
As far as I'm concerned, the campground experience would be enhanced with the toy hauler. I could park the hauler's ramp, using it as a patio, right over the bank for some real ambience.
My hobby, if you can call it that, is riding motorcycles at the track. Hence, a toy hauler. When I'm ready to hit the track, I'm just a 40 minute haul from home, where the toys for serious fun reside. Load up, hit the road, never stay in a hotel again. I used to bag everything in a small cargo trailer while I galavanted across the States east of the Mississippi from track to track...and use hotels. Ugh.
Thankfully, I spent some time in the sales room while having my camper accepted for repair. That's when a salesman showed me the Puma. It's light enough, the garage is big enough and there's enough luxury to make my wife happy, I hope. It seems nicer than the 307RL and it doesn't hurt that the prices are unbelievably reasonable.
It's my plan, anyway. Gotta get Adrienne's support.
Thanks for the Welcomes!