That corner of the market seems to be dominated by Flagstaff, Forest River, A Liner, Chalet, and Rockwood. Jayco has discontinued manufacturing them, probably because of the many other brands that offer them.
2012 Jay Flight 19RD
2016 Ford F150 XLT 2X4 SC 3.5L Eco Max Tow
2010 Tundra TRD DBL Cab (Traded)
1 Spoiled Dog
We had an A-liner for 13 years and LOVED it. We did a ton of mods to it, because I wanted stuff to be easily accessed and didn't want my fingers pinched every time I was going in and out of cupboards and spaces. It suited our needs for a long time. It was so comfortable and easy. We're in a new phase now, sold the A-liner last year and moved up to Precept 31UL this year. Loving it. Wishing you many years in your A frame, have fun doing mods. Here's a link to our photo album of Mods we did: https://photos.app.goo.gl/X3tKTiScj4EMpf7Q7
2020 Precept 31UL
2013 Honda Fit
We picked up our Jayco hard-sided a-frame in 2015. We had trips from Illinois to Utah, from Illinois to Maine, and to the UP of Michiganand Wisconsin. We like the easy set up and the ability to stay hitched to our tow vehicle for those one night stays when traveling. No major problems with the camper and have not made any modifications. Perfect for me and DW.