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View Poll Results: How happy are you with your RV set-up?
Everything is just right "as is" 70 75.27%
Change configuration (larger, smaller, different layout) 12 12.90%
Upgrade/downgrade rig 8 8.60%
Upgrade/downgrade TV 4 4.30%
Major mods required 0 0%
Change style of camping to fit my RV 0 0%
Other 2 2.15%
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Old 11-14-2015, 01:13 AM   #41
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Just brought her home, but based on all the research we did prior to purchasing, think this is the one. We'll probably do some minor mods, mostly convenience.

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Old 11-14-2015, 07:52 AM   #42
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I love the combo I have but now with a bigger truck got my eyes open for a 5er. However I love the x23b. .

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Old 11-14-2015, 08:50 AM   #43
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Had a little Jayco 215SD for 18 years, no slide out, not a lot of room in the bed area and a very small bathroom, although big enough to brush teeth, go to the bathroom and take a shower if you didn't move inside the shower curtain. Served us very well. But, we decided we would like a larger one because we hoped to use it a bit more. Got one with two slides, plenty of room in the bedroom area, nice-sized shower and bathroom and plenty of room to relax in the living area. We decided on a size that will fit next to our house so we don't have to store it somewhere. While not perfect, this FW will probably be our last one but I look at them all the time anyway.
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Old 11-16-2015, 02:05 PM   #44
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I should of held out for a walk around Queen bed instead of the crawl over, and bathroom is too small, they should of used up some of the closet space for the bathroom , a grown man can barely move around in it after a shower.
I already widened the dinette for knee space (by two inches) . (2012 Jayflight Swift SLX 185RB)
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Old 11-16-2015, 03:54 PM   #45
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I'm in the process of going from a 33' Sunnybrook bunkhouse to a Jayco 38FDDS (front den, double slide) 40'4"! The bunkhouse just wasn't doing it for us anymore and was just a waste of space. Kids are grown and it's just the Mrs. and I 95% of the time. I'm really looking forward to sprawling out on the huge sectional sofa in my new unit as well as the roomier BR in the back. The hide a bed option for the sectional and love seat, plus the convertible dinette will be plenty of sleeping space for the 5% of the time we have guests. I can't wait! I'm hoping it'll be as awesome as I'm imagining!
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Old 11-16-2015, 06:30 PM   #46
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No but I have to keep her!!!!

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