Yeah... I know! Should have got the bigger one to start with!
Went to Texas Motor Speedway last weekend and had a blast!! Trailer was awesome other than we felt a little cramped, just a little. Towed home on Monday and I had a few minor issues for the dealer to look at and while there, asked to go look at another White Hawk on their lot. After seeing the extra space, the bunk space, plus the Summit Edition package and all the other things, I traded my 2015 White Hawk 25BHS for a 2015 White Hawk 28DSBH.
Lost about $2,500 on the deal but, I'm happier, it fits us so much better. Love the arched roof, the extra space from the couch, the bath entry, larger door, bunk space, electric stab jacks, outside fridge, slam cargo doors...heck, all of it!
My payment went down $4 a month (got a lower % rate) and my insurance return $86 for 12 month policy. So while I KNOW i lost money, at least I feel like I got more return on my investment (yes, I know travel trailers are not investments).
In the end, it's what we wanted to start with but I was worried about my Ram 1500 pulling around 7,500 pounds so we went smaller. Now with the Ram 2500, not worried at all (I know the 1500 could do it but I like to be comfortable when towing).
Weight difference from yellow sticker to yellow sticker was a tad over 600 pounds too so, very close. 3 feet longer but not worried about that really. Think the milage and feel will be about the same as the previous one.
So...we are a new travel trailer owner for the second time in less than 4 months!