So as not to hijack another thread - thought I'd start this one. SWO1; Just curious. I'm interested in what RV was chosen by you and your wife??? What are your plans for using it??? After retiring 5 1/2 years ago and add in the fact that I was a workaholic for many years, my DW & I decided to buy a travel trailer and see some of this great country. Our first one was a 2010 R-Pod 18'. We traveled with our oldest granddaughter (16 at the time) to Gatlinburg, Tn. for a week. Then on to Idaho to see friends and then back through Yellow Stone National Park, The Little Big Horn and the Black Hills. That leg of the trip was 22 days. Great little TT for traveling but really cramped for space and the bath was really tight. That wasn't a problem if you stayed in campgrounds with clean facilities. The following year, my wife and I towed it to the Grand Canyon and back through southern Utah where we visited Red Canyon and Bryce Canyon. Came back home on I-70 over Vail Pass. That trip was for 19 days. Then we traded up to a 2013 V-Cross Vibe 6501 that was 21'. We took it to Goldsboro, N.C. to visit family and came back through Ashville, N.C. to see the Biltmore Estates and Black Mountain. That trip was 11 days long. That TT was great for traveling and sight seeing but not so much for extended living. The bath was a good size but it was lacking on seating for relaxing. Not a problem if you spent your days on the road or out & about seeing the sights. It had a dry weight of 2900# and a V shaped nose. Very easy to tow. And last week, we bought a 2012 consignment unit. It is a Grey Wolf 17BH that is 22' long. Our plan is to take it to Fla. for January and February. That will put us stationary in a campground. Needing a little more comforts of home. Then come home through N.C. and visit family again for another week. Our Vibe 6501 was put on consignment with the same dealer. Lord willing, we should get within a couple hundred dollars of what we paid for the 17BH. Hopefully, it will sell before we get home. Just curious if anyone else in into RV's. I'll post pictures if anyone is interested.