The 264BH swift is nearly identical to it's big sister the 26bh ... except it is roughly 1k lighter and doesn't have a diamond plate front or a roof ladder. Your 264BH DOES have an A/C unit (roof mounted) and the settings do not run through your thermostat, but directly overhead in the center of the kitchen (which is very nice for cooking inside on a hot, yet rainy summer day). Also, the A/C runs on a 30 amp connection. So if you're trying to run your A/C with a 20 amp connection with a 15/20 to 30 amp adapter, you'll likely trip your household breaker and not be able to cool much before doing so. Hopefully wherever you are camping has a 30 Amp connection. Then you can usually run any and all of your stuff without problems. We have a 264BH and LOVE IT! We will definitely be trading up when the kids get bigger, but for now ... couldn't have picked a better trailer for what we need plus: weight/cost/towability/storage space/ease of operation/layout/everything ... you're going to have a great time. Tell us all about your trip when you get back.
Shane and Jana w/a 6YOB & 3YOG in tow
2012 Jayco Jayflight Swift 264BH
2002 Chevy Suburban 1500 LT 4X4, 5.3, 3.73
Curt Class V Hitch
Reese Dual Cam
I'm not sleeping on the ground ever again