First let me make clear that I have a 2011 Starcraft 235fb, but it was made in the Jayco factory and is an exact twin of the Jayco 22fb. (Jayco apparently purchased Starcraft)
Not sure if the 2012 or 2013 models have the huge fresh water capacity, but we really liked the 90 gallons of fresh water you can store. It would be nice if the black and grey were larger, but they are each about 30 gallons, so they last a while too. As others have said, the bed and the bath work very well, lots of room and comfy (both bed and bath/toilet). We also really enjoy the water heater (gas or electric option) and that you can turn it on from inside. Our 2008 Nomad had to be hand lit from outside the vehicle.
A couple of drawbacks we've found and a couple of mods we've done:
* Water heater is not adjustable and water is very hot. Note - there are some threads in this forum on how to fix this by mixing cold water in via the water heater bypass.
*The fresh water tank overflow tubes tend to siphon water out as you travel, resulting in the loss of sometimes over 1/2 the 90 gallon capacity before you get to your camping spot. There is a quick and easy fix for this on this forum here: http://www.jaycoowners.com/showthrea...t=22fb%20water
*My wife gets sore hips on most beds that she sleeps in, so we added a memory foam topper for our mattress. Bed is now even more comfy.
*Added 2 6volt golf cart batteries in place of the cheezy and small auto battery (not even marine or deep cycle) that the dealer included. I"ve heard some folks don't even get a battery from the dealer, so I guess I can't complain too much.
*Added a couple of hanging wire baskets under the cabinets above the sofa for extra storage. Got these at Menards for cheap and they work well.
*Added a 3 shelf storage container inside the door (against the wall and the back of dining booth) to store shoes and misc. http://www.target.com/p/closetmaid-3...i_detailbutton
*We mounted brackets to haul our porta-bote on the side of our trailer. It took some searching and ingenuity, but it worked out extremely well. pictures here: http://www.jaycoowners.com/showthrea...Travel-Trailer
Most of these mods are just for added convenience. But that siphoning of the fresh water was a real bummer until we found the solution on this forum.
We really enjoy our trailer. Just right for 2 people, and as others said - not too big or long, no slides, but a good trailer for a good price.
Be careful in selecting your dealer - while we love our camper, and have praise for the company, we have no good words to say about the dealer and we would not purchase from them again EVER. It is a shame that the company can make such a good product and have it besmirched by a few really disreputable dealers.