I believe the Grey Wolf is a lower end, cost wise, trailer so something has to go to keep the price and weight down. Our comparison missed what it was - it's not the structure so I'm happy.
What's missing? Well, the silverware drawer, doors or drawers to access under the dinette (saw them on higher priced competition), light switches on the walls (all are on the ceiling fixtures - notice this the first night out when my 7 year old daughter needed to use the bathroom after we went to bed and could not reach the lights!), and there are blank outs on the nightstands as well - add a 'floor' to the closet and make it door or drawer and it would be more efficient.
Also, on the cab over the bed and sink there is hold open on the doors, a minor thing for sure, but it would be nice.
Oh, and the water heater is manual start gas only. You can get a low-wattage electrical add in for ~$100 from camping world (and other sources). Why? Well, the pilot lite likes to blow out in the rain and wind so you'll wake up to no hot water.
But these are minor annoyances and most can be rectified somewhat easily, as opposed to upping the structure or something that would be impossible. I also assume that the fabrics, floor coverings, etc are lower grade and won't last as long as more expensive model TT would have in them, but if we use out TT 3 weeks a year for 10 years that's only 6 months of real use and most anything should hold up that long.
Jill & Chris, Wills (14) Evie (11) & Toby our collie (5)
2011 Grey Wolf 28BH
2013 Chevy K1500 Crew w/ Reese StraitLine Dual Cam
Nights camped 2011: 11 2012: 18 2013: 12 2014: 12 2015: 13 2016: 3