Our Forest River wildwood is nothing new and exciting but it does have the best bathroom set up I have seen in a travel trailer. It's nice to not be cramped up when you need to use it with elbows banging the walls. Seems really strange most RV's are so cramped in the bathroom but they will waste all kinds of space in other areas.
They have several rather unique floor plans... We were just at an RV show a couple weeks ago, and saw some really neat ideas. For those with families, the double-slide rear bunkhouse that slept 8 alone was pretty impressive (Jayco31BH-- IIRC). The trailers in the 30-foot range were all over the map in terms of floorplans. We saw one that had a rather conventional layout with the kitchen on the curb side and a large slide-out on the street-side, but instead of a separate booth and couch, the slide was one REALLY big u-shaped couch with a kidney-shaped table. Turns out the couch folds out into another queen bed, giving you spacious accommodations for two couples plus several kids.
There were others... Rear slide-out with a queen, with quad bunks up-front in the v-nose. I especially liked the several we saw that had a second entry door directly into the lavatory, and the wife and I decided that our next trailer will have that feature for sure!
Less than impressed with the outside kitchen setups though... None of them have addressed what I consider to be a major shortcoming in that the large door on them is always pitched towards the trailer with no gutter to control rain runoff... In a deluge (like we always seem to get on half our trips) I would fear the counters and other MDF components would not fare well, and the streams of water running down on either corner of the opening would be annoying at a minimum. Plus, I'm already carrying a full kitchen with me... Why do I need a second one? I would expect that most of the stuff I need would be stored inside anyways, or I'd have to carry a second set of pots, pans, and dishes for use outside... I guess I just don't get it... The beverage fridge alone? Sure I get that... But the rest of the tiny kitchen? not so much...
We saw one at the Florida RV show that they said was "first in any class" It had a power drop down bunk about 10-12 feet long above the dinette and couch slide out. I had to say this was interesting, but you obviously could not use those seating areas when the "kids" or whoever were up there. This made way for alot of space in the trailer. I have no idea who made it.
2013 Keystone, Laredo.. 291, Outdoor kitchen (my camping man cave)