I was at the Tampa show also. The week before, we stayed at a RV park where a couple had a new Nexus B. I was impressed and never having heard of Nexus, I looked it up online and saw their Ghost super C on the International Terrastar chaise with a Maxforce 7 V8 diesel. This is a real commercial engine that doesn't use PEF blue juice. I've been looking for a super C that can match my '06 Jayco Seneca GS35 in interior room, cabinet/cupboard storage, and basement storage (4 holds with pass thrus. We looked at the Thor and the Born Free, both on Ford F550. Being full-timers for 6+ yrs, I'm aware now that the diesel chaise will easily out last the coach. I do like the power, exhaust brake, and fuel mileage of my diesel. Nexus said they can do custom mods. Staying with what I have for now.
My wife, I, & 85 lb dog have been full timing 5 yrs, first in a 31 ft, one slide out C gas (6 months) & now a Seneca Diesel 37' with 3 slides. We had a parakeet, but had a lot of trouble with U.S. Customs coming back from Canada. It cost us 2 DAYS & $350. Bird is staying with our daughter. We don't intend to settle down any time soon. Been able to fix the dozen or so problems myself. We're going to Alaska in a month so we will see how it holds up. Lowest milage w/toad 8.5 & highest 11. Looked at class As recently, but decided what we have will do fine. More glitz in the As, but same function with more expense.