We upgraded from a Coleman Westlake to a 233, after 5 years of dripping condensation on tent ends, crawling over people in the middle of the night, noisy neighbors, packing up in the rain only to take it home and open it up immediately to avoid mildew, leaking bunkends with delamination, in the 233, we moved to a hard sided Lacrosse. If I had to do it over again, I would have skipped the hyprid step. Only one mpg difference towing and much easier setup and tear down. It was easier to back into camping sites. Although, I must give cudos to Rockwood, they stood behind their product and helped me every step of the way. I tow my Lacrosse with a Titan which is on the same platform as your Armada. If you get a hybrid, keep and eye on the hinge area...moisture wicks up through the hinges into the bunkends sometimes leading to delamination.
2011 Lacrosse 318BHS Touring Edition
2012 Ford F150 SupCrew 4x4 XLT 6.5' Max Tow