For us, first and foremost was that it had to be a bunk house. Then it was price (since we weren't actually looking to upgrade at the time), then layout.
I just happen to call the dealership right after they took our 2012 in on trade after the previous owners used it 4-5 times and found out that it was too small for 6 people, and also they didn't like towing a camper. So they traded it for a larger unit and had it setup on a seasonal site. Since it was $4K less than a brand new but yet was basically "brand new" we couldnt pass it up at $10,900.
TT-2013 Passport 3220BH
TV-2004 F150 FX4, not exactly stock...
with 2001 Kodiak K215: 2010-10, 2011-12
with 2012 Grey Wolf 26BH: 2012-19, 2013-24, 2014-11, 2015-6
with 2013 Passport: 2015-13, 2016-15 booked