We're new to this group and camping somewhat. (I showed horses for years, and we camped at showgrounds in a truck camper.)
My hubs and I have recently retired. We have lot of retired friends who camp. Since hubs is a disabled veteran, we can stay at Wash. State Parks for free, so we bought a used trailer from a local RV dealer in April. It only took one 7-day camping trip to realize we'd bought the wrong trailer. I'm extremely claustrophobic, and I couldn't sleep in the bedroom because of the deep cabinets on the top and sides of the bed. Add to that, we're in the Seattle area, so it can rain suddenly, and with only one uncomfortable, U-shaped couch for seating, lounging inside on a rainy day was unpleasant at best. We were boaters previously, and you usually buy a few before you get the one you really want. I'm guessing RVing is the same way.
After debating whether we wanted to continue RVing or not, we decided we did and traded the trailer in on a new Winnebago Minnie Towable 2500 FL. We pick it up on Monday after a 2-hour class with the dealer.
Anyone have any tips/tricks/issues on this particular trailer (of line of trailers) that we should be aware of?