We have the 2013 model, which is the same floor plan.
You can access every thing with the slide in except the entertainment center and the chair at the back of the trailer.
You will have to turn the chair 90 degrees to close the slide. We did away with that chair and have a dog crate in its place.
Replaced the chair on the curb side with a recliner. Didn't like the barrel chairs.
Love the fact that the bedroom is totally isolated from the living area. DW can watch the tv in the bedroom while I read in the living area.
I would like there to be table space under the wardrobes in the bedroom like the Jay Flights have, but this is not a deal breaker.
I have had mine 18 months with no warrantee work required. There was a recall concerning the electric awning. A contractor came to the house and repaired it.
The indicator for fresh water level is not working and I will take it to the dealer to get that fixed. Other then that the quality has been good.
I replaced my thermostat with a Coleman digit which is an exact replacement, easy to do in 10 minutes. Much better temperature control. ($70 from Amaxon).
I have manual stabilizers and use 4 x 4 lengths of wood under them so I don't have to lower them very much.
Most people on this forum will not recommend putting much weight on the rear bumper unless you get it reinforced by a welding shop. I put one bike on my rear ladder. My carrier obtained at Camping World will hold two, which I think will be doable.
We have the table and chairs option, which we find way more comfortable than the dinette. We only take 2 chairs with us.
We are very happy with this camper in over 50 nights out, and highly recommend it.
Good luck with your purchase and welcome to JOF!
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