Beach Comber Travel Trailer. It's been pretty awesome for me but I've decided to go another direction. 15' length light weight fiberglass shell. Can be towed by SUV or a mini van. 3500lbs if you load it up. Fiberglass shell will last longer than I will. No leaks. I just service the window seals every year. New tires last year so should be good for years to come. Bearings serviced last year. I did lose a bearing buddy last year on the road. Suggest you spend the 80 bucks for a new one so your bearing last forever. All appliances were removed when I bought it. I had no interest in cooking indoors while camping. Huge king size bed was what I was after. Insulated so easily sleep until noon comfortably in noisy sunny campground. Small enough to fit it into a less busy place at 11PM in the dark after you realize all the provincial sites are full. I left the charging system for a deep cycle battery intact. Charges while you drive and you could attach solar charging easily. The battery isn't great but included if you want it. I've upgraded my van to LIFEP04 so no need for it now. Painted the interior yellow to keep it bright. Has LED battery lights inside. Simple, easy rig and catches a lot of attention. Run with it for now and upgrade it to the 16,000$ rig it could easily be with appliances. I just didn't feel the need as I prefer simple.