This year when we were preparing for our first trip we realized that an upgrade was in order, and I wanted to get back to a 5th. With the kids, a 2 bedroom unit suites our needs but finding a 2 bedroom that is appealing is harder. When we saw the loft, the higher ceiling just made everything seem less confined and brighter. So after a couple of months of shopping, we're going to get this one!
On a side note, my original comment about the Zinger (Crossroads) was a little harsh. It is a good trailer, which with only a couple of exceptions has been trouble free. For an entry level model it's a good trailer. I was very disappointed with the hassle regarding a $14 vent cover which I just ended up buying.
Karl, Liz, 3-kids and Stout the wonder dog
2011 Jayco Eagle Super Lite 30.5 BHLT
2003 F-250 FX4 6.0 Powerstroke
Took delivery on Thursday. Last 5th that I drove was my Dad's (new at the time) 1988 Terry. Getting back into a 5th is so nice. Driving home in the pouring rain and winds it drove straight as an arrow, tracked perfectly and had zero sway. Mine is equipped with the Reese Revolution pin box and I was a little concerned about freeway stability but it worked perfectly. Backing into the driveway I was able to cut it hard with plenty of clearance between the trailer and the cab of the truck. Best of all with the Revolution is that it can rotate out of the way so you don't accidentally bump into it.
As the original poster mentioned, there isn't much on this 5th, and I was quite surprised to find that it has 2 grey water tanks, 50 amp service, a pull out kitchen faucet and other nice items. We also like the full length queen bed in the bedroom. All in all, it's a very nice camper.