I have the 184BH. Only slightly larger than the 154. I was ready to sign in the line in a 154 before I finally decided on the 184.
Just a thought, the price is probably the exact same or close. The 184 is only 200 pounds heavier. Having the couch and the extra storage beneath the couch is awesome. Without the couch, it is pretty much an eat in or sleep in only place. Plus, you have a little bit of room to put place things ( not on a bed). Just something to think about.
Now, if you think you are gonna boondock, get larger tanks. Our tanks are only good for 4 days max.
If you plan on going over any kind of terrain at all... Even large curbs, have the axle swap done ( unless you have the skills to do it yourself later). I did the axle swap and I LOVE it!
Anti-sway hitch and /or weight distribution hitch. Even if you don't go for the Weight distribution hitch, get the curt anti-sway bar ($35-45 in Amazon).
Sewer hoses included.
Our camper has a 5000 btu AC and it is barely enough in Missiuri Summer. I believe that now they are putting 8000 btu ACs in now, you'll be fine.
I recommend for the single axle, get a BAL leveler. Way better than using Lynx or wood to level.
Great little trailers. I've had mine 3 years and I've pulled 6-8000 miles.
...she started talking about how I never listened to her or somethin, I donno, I wasn't really paying attention...