The first RV we ever camped in was a rented 29' class C. The kids were young but even with the four of us, and no slides, there was still enough room. We spent two weeks in it touring five national parks without a towed.
Since then we have had a 36' class A, 40' class A, and now the 35' class C. And now it's usually just the two of us, and most times a towed.
We prefer the separate "quarters" between the living room/kitchen, bath, and bedroom, with doors to close off the areas. This is also the first RV we've had with 3 slides as opposed to 2 and really like the additional living room/kitchen width as well.
We are somewhat different and don't see the need for buying new. With knowledge and experience, money set aside for repairs, and time, we can fix most anything that needs fixing.
They all depreciate at the same rate...And they don't build them like the used to...
P.S. Impeccable timing. This Greyhawk was just posted for sale, but it may be in the wrong forum, and may be moved to Classifieds once you click on it; http://www.jaycoowners.com/forums/f7...ale-39438.html