Originally Posted by turkii
There is very little room in the master bedroom. Can't really walk around the bed at all so my wife and I are getting changed either in the living room or in the small area between the bed and the wall in the bedroom with our a$$es against the windows.
X2. I have the Eagle version of this floor plan and the front master bedroom is EXTREMELY small
--- This is our # 1 beef with this trailer!!! Making the bed/changing the sheets is a royal PITA and the room is so small DW and I take our clothes to the bunkhouse for changing. Also, the short queen is really short - DW and I are both 5' 9" and under and our feet touch the rear of the entertainment center while sleeping (very annoying and hard to sleep at night). I think Jayco resolved this in the 2015 Eagle version (added 1.5' of overall length), but not sure about the JayFlight version.
#2 Beef = Very, very little kitchen counter space. There is no where for DW to prepare meals (she ends up using the dining room table a lot), there is barely anywhere to put your dishes while they dry, and forget about leaving a coffee pot/toaster setup all day (we pull ours out for breakfast then have to store away).
The beef's above are all tolerable when you look at all the other pluses you get with a trailer this size - large bunkhouse for the kiddos, outdoor kitchen is awesome (except the fridge the door issue already mentioned), outdoor access to the bathrooms. Other than that, we love the design of the trailer and it is awesome for large families (we slept 10 during our last trip). You'll be thankful you have the extra room inside on rainy days.
Almost forgot - Beef #3 mentioned by another poster already - the outdoor sink drains into the black tank and is lower than the stool, so that is where it will backup if full (what genius engineer thought of that design
Enough for now - I hope my rant hasn't scared you off -- it is a great trailer overall and I would buy it again today if I had to.
Best of luck with your decision.