[QUOTE=bankr63;454217]I'll vote for listening to your friend. We spent 8 years in a pup before graduating to our HTT. Absolutely no regrets. We camp all weather down to freezing, and have had no condensation issues, and keep plenty warm, or cool when it is hot. Canada throws all kinds of weather at us. We had one of the hottest Augusts on record, and camped right through it, not having to turn on the A/C once.
What I like about a hybrid is that in our 20' trailer, we get 20' of living space. In a traditional 20' trailer, you get 7-8' of bedroom, and 12-13' of living space. To get the same living space, I would need something longer than 25', and then I would probably also need a 3/4 ton pickup to haul it properly instead of our very comfortable full size SUV that delivers excellent fuel economy (for the class) when not towing.
These are very good reason for hybrids over traditional TTs. As far as opening up the bunk ends to let them dry out, it's not a big deal. It literally takes me maybe 5 minutes to open them.....
2013 Jayco Jay Feather X23B (She Gone)
2014 Ford Expedition