This is our first camper. Overall we are happy with the unit. We were originally looking at a unit which did not have a slideout, but after having toured one we decided we really needed the slideout. So we picked this model specifically because of the slideout, the bathroom layout, and the Murphy bed. We are very large people and the bathroom layout is nice and open. The shower is a bit small, and water gets everywhere, even with the curtain secured, but aside from that it's functional. While we were initially happy with the Murphy bed which folds up to make room for the couch, after having slept on the folding "camper queen" mattress it leaves much to be desired. We purchased a 1.5" memory foam topper, but it didn't help at all. We may end up tearing the dinette out and putting in a loveseat and making the bed down full time with a real mattress. The couch itself is OK. It's actually extremely deep, for us at least that means we find ourselves looking for elevated footrests. Other than that, the speakers are very sub-par. While the audio system itself is fairly nice, especially the bluetooth and ability to play the TV audio over the speakers, the (indoor) speaker audio quality is awful. I've not yet had occasion to really try the outdoor speakers. The heat worked fairly well during our initial driveway test stay in April in NW Ohio. The AC worked fairly well as well during the summer last year. It's just extremely loud. In fact one of our stays was in a family members driveway due to the power to our home being knocked out for several days after a storm! So the AC in this unit was REALLY helpful there. There is lots and lots of storage space in this unit, for sure a plus. Our unit has a solar panel which seemed to work well in the summer, kept the battery at 100% without being plugged into external power for weeks on end. But then in the fall I noticed the battery eventually reaching a low level so I ended up plugging it in to external power for the winter. I am not thrilled about the location of the hot water tank and the associated valves. There is a very small access hole to access these and as a larger person trying to fit my entire arm through that hole in order to each the valve's was tricky and painful. As far as the hot water tank itself it did the job, just very small. The ceiling fans which can open to the outside are a nice touch. The LED lighting is nice. The USB outlets for powering devices are also nice, but I found that although each one has two plugs only one was good at a time unless you have very low power devices plugged into it. The solid metal stairs are nice, with slideout/adjustable elements so they firmly touch the ground. As larger people we've seen and tried other setups where the stairs don't actually touch the ground and we were very happy ours did touch the ground, makes it much more stable. The unit has manual stabilization jacks which are easy to use. I bought a bit for my battery drill and it makes QUICK work of those. The main hitch jack is powered which is nice but it's VERY slow. Our unit did not come with a rear/backup camera but I purchased a wired unit and installed it. I would not recommend a first timer go without a rear camera! Mine came with an LCD screen and I leave it on while towing so I can see people behind me, very helpful. Likewise my towing vehicle's backup camera is great when trying to line up the hitch, makes fairly quick work of that once you're used to it. The propane tank cover is very noisy when towing. I had to put some tie-downs around the unit and that cleared up the noise. Thankfully the cover has a small "window" at the top so you don't have the take off the entire cover to turn the tank on/off. I also purchased a 3rd party gauge so I can see if the tank is about empty or not (from what I can tell the gauge really doesn't help otherwise, won't tell you 50% for example, pretty much "on" or "dead"). All of the other sleeping options (dinette converted to sleeping area, 2x bunk beds) are very limited length-wise. Our 15 year old has a thing about both his head and feet touching the edges, and there was no way to avoid that while sleeping in any of those areas. I tried it myself on the dinette and found the same issue. The awning (powered) was nice. It was fairly windy on one occasion and it held up very well, wasn't noisy.