We had a 2007 19H and really liked it, but did have problems with leaking. We bought it used and I felt like I really looked it over closely before purchase, but missed some major problems. It was our first camper. After owning it about a year the steps actually pulled out of the floor one day when I was getting out. I tore into it we found serious rot in the floor by the door, rear bunk and bathroom area. The front bunk door also leaked and I had to replace some wood up there. I had a guy replace the floor and weld in extra supports but he did a terrible job and the floor was much lumpier and softer than before he did it. It was structurally sound but didn't inspire confidence. We have a family of 5 so it was pretty tight camping in it anyway so we traded it a few weeks ago for a 2015 32bhds. Took a real beating on trade in value but have to chalk it up to a life lesson.
Pros of the Hybrid - We liked the outdoor/tent camping feel of the bunk ends. Very nice to have a cool breeze flowing through the camper. The hybrid design makes the trailer MUCH easier to tow, park, back in, etc. I have a big truck so weight isn't really a problem, but the new travel trailer is HUGE. As others have mentioned - we camp to be OUTSIDE, so smaller interior wasn't a big deal - but on those rainy weekends the bigger camper is nice.
Cons of the hybrid - Leaks. Ours was fine while camping in the rain, but it leaked around the bed doors anytime we drove it in the rain. A lot. I checked seals and caulking several times but couldn't get a grip on that problem.
My wife also wasn't crazy about how easy it was to pull the canvas away from the frame at the edges. On our last trip with it, our 3 year old had snuggled against the far end of the bunk and pushed the snaps and Velcro apart while sleeping. We found her with one leg hanging out! That was the end of that camper for my wife.