Fridge location doesn't bother me. I decided to also buy a 52 quart Koolatron electric cooler when I got the camper so our maiden voyage was also our first time camping where we didn't need to buy ice. Very nice! Most everything about this camper has exceeded our expectations so far.
I was a Coleman snob before this, but my old coleman can't hold a candle to this. Only potential issue so far is the sag in the roof that is apparent already, even on this new unit. If it never gets any worse, maybe it's a non-issue. At this point, it just looks a little relaxed where the AC is.
Some highlights: The newer curtains are really nice. So much better than my old popups. LED lighting is much superior to previous lighting. This year, they have a new type of dome light that has a center push button that turns it on at a touch.
The LED nightlight are perfect as well. We used to bring our own, and then the nightlights would compete with other things for the few outlets.
Built in tv and dvd player means I won't have to pack one any more.
One weird thing: this is the first camper (my fourth popup) that doesn't get bugs in it all night. We have lights on after dark and still no bugs! My coleman had gaps in the canvas somewhere and was forever full of bugs.
The bag awning is the nicest I've had. Really nice. The outside stream of LED lights look cool. The power converter is much quieter than the one in my last pup, and for some reason, it doesn't run when the lights are on, only when the outside LED lights, or the fantastic fan are on. I got sick of listening to the noise from that thing on my old camper.
It tows pretty good in spite of it's size and weight. It seems more stable over bumps and rough road, probably owing to the double axle.