We shopped around and got a Canadream Fall Special which was a really excellent price however there are some deletions from the Forest River standard models because these are rental units so they don't order anything a renter can break. So we have low mileage and low Generator use, This unit had no leveling or stabilizing jacks, No backup or side cameras, No ladder, so we added jacks and a backup camera, there are areas where staples are visible but Canadream adds things like Soft close drawers and a shower door upgrade. The toilet is the old RV style without the standard wash wand, no biggie, the air ride system uses tire valves so we installed a ride-rite compressor and air tank with remote control so we can adjust the air ride from the cab. All upgrades we added came to $5,000.00 but still a better deal than any other RV dealer by $10K! The chassis is the same Ford E450 all the others use so no need to comment there, the towing capacity is great at 7500 lbs, it has a comfortable couch, U-Shaped dinette, the bed is comfy, there is a TON of counter space on this layout which we love, in our previous trailer, there was no counter space... The 3010 also has a full queen and it does not jacknife when the slide is in so we can keep the bed made. at -14 degrees it heated up in 3 hours and stayed warm for hours after I shut down the furnace, The main slide could be a bit deeper, it only goes out 1/2 as far as our trailer slide did and not near as far as the bedroom slide. The Cummins Onan Generator is loud at 75db (Yell beside to talk) compared to out Honda inverter series at 35-45db,(Whisper beside to talk) they should look at putting in Honda gens, you can talk in a whisper right beside the thing and can barely hear it at 10 feet away from the RV. The fridge is 6cubic feet which is good for one person, any RV that sleeps 8 should have at least an 8 or 12 cubic foot so we added a 5 cubic foot in the large rear storage area. We are improving the fit and finish in this unit and the shell is great so I think we will enjoy this RV for many years to come. Looking at some of the fancy units, the SunSeekers are starting to look dated with rounded windows and fabric valances and particle board cabinet separators but with a good foundation we can give it a more modern look for just a few grand...