We had a 2013 puma 295kbh- now called the 295bhs.
Very well built. Had almost zero problems. Couple cabinets hard to open and little nuisance type things not anything that would ruin a weekend.
The main problem is not enough storage. Underbody storage boxes help alot and a bigger basement would be awsome.
2 a/c units would be ideal if you ever encounter any 90°+ days or are in direct sunlight.
You cant beat a puma for quality and amenities for the price point in my opinion. I've had pretty good luck with both my Palominos.
And I believe we payed $25k out the door for our puma 295kbh with a b&w companion hitch back in 2012. It only had 1 a/c but quite a few other options as we ordered ours.
Good luck shopping!!
Ps. Get a black tank flush installed or worked into the deal. Its a pain dragging a hose all the way thru the camper to that mid-bath to run a tank wash wand.