I've been a Jayco owner for quite some time, but havn't been doing much on here since i joined. We just purchased Jayco #14 two weeks ago. I have always been a loyal Jayco customer. After starting off in a gently used 8ft Starcraft pop-up back in '97, we bought our first new Jayco, a 12' Jay series pop-up ( remember when they had Eagle series and Jay series pop-ups), than purchased a Lite Hawk TT, the ones with water leak issues...... and the way they stood behind their product with me, making me a loyal Jayco customer. We grew as large as the 32 foot qwad bunk Qwest ( the 2003 1/2 ), the only and last year as they dropped the qwest because of the best selling Jayflight. I had 3 Jayflights..... the best bang for your buck RV's on the market. I've owned an Eagle and an Eagle Lite TT, the large and
spacious 14' dual axle Jay Series pop-up, a couple of kiwi's, the original hybrids. Two falls ago we left Jayco for Starcraft, an Ar-one, but thats Ok, they are affiliated..... now, we are the proud owners of a new JaySeries Sport Hardside, more commonly known as an A-Frame. It really is a wonderful camper, and it fits our needs. The wife n i spend very little time inside the trailer, really only to sleep. Thats originally why we went down to the Ar-one, but we found the pull-out bunk to be too short, and really liking the A-frame concept, when Jayco/Starcraft brought out theirs, it was the perfect opportunity for us to own one. We bought the model with the extra storage up front...... and i have to say, it is impressive. These are not for everybody, but with fuel prices always on the rise here in Ontario, pulling a pop-up that that morphs into a tiny TT in 30 seconds, its exactly what we were looking for..... and the one thing i can say, they look ten times better than all other A-frames on the market!