Just completed our 2nd full season in a 2013 28BHS, love it. After 8 seasons in a Kiwi 23B, the extra space and amenities make for a happy wife and three kids; 7, 9, & 11.
We have the double over double, use a ladder for access, store on bunk when not sleeping, kids love the huge space, they have their little "caves" to hang out when decompressing from the day and getting ready for bed. 11yo sleeps on J-couch sometimes, I use the 2 transit bars to level/support the couch when he sleeps there - yes he rolled off one night due to it angling down.
Storage - wife puts their clothes in little baskets that fit in the cabinet over the couch, works like a champ. Ours go in the bedroom storage. Also, plenty of storage in rear external compartment, we keep a lot of outside kitchen stuff, extra waters, extra linens in tote, life jackets, and built-in fridge there.
TV came already mounted with unit, uses an articulating arm and swivel.
Tundra tow vehicle details are listed in signature, live in Charlotte, NC area and have gone thru mountains on way to Cloudland Canyon in northwest GA, Mammoth Cave in KY, and Florida Keys. Took a few trips to get WD and payload distribution the way that I wanted it, as all 1/2 tons go, payload is a concern. The wife has driven 5 hrs from the beach with me and 4 hrs into the NC mountains solo when I had to come the next day, so Tundra handles it well.
Great trailer so far, had a couple of replacements during the 2 year warranty but all was taken care of; slide motor and CO monitor. I do miss the open air of the Kiwi23B from time to time, but happy wife + kids, you know the rest.
Get what you are comfortable with and Happy Camping.
2013 Jayflight 28BHS
2010 Toyota Tundra CrewMax, 4x4, 5.7L, 6spd, 4.30, Cooper Discover AT3 LT Load E
EAZ Lift WD, Friction Sway Control, DrawTite ActivatorII, Rhino Rack + Yakima Raptors, TracRac
2003 Kiwi 23B (first camper - 8 seasons)