My first Foretravel was a new 2004 320 38ft and had a list price of just over $500,000. Paid $318,000 from dealer. Now a 2001 did not have a list of $500,000, secondly you could buy one for at least 25% off from Foretravel. So if you take the actual price paid the longevity of the motorhome and the current asking price the actual depreciation is far less the the poster would have you believe. Lastly all of you who blast Foretravel have you owned one, driven one ,or had personal experience with one. If not you can't possible be objective. There are great coaches out there that don't say Foretravel, unfortunatly most have gone belly-up.