The small Fun Finder toy hauler would fit the bill. I've got a Yamaha V-Star that would be fun to have with me, but at my age, I'm just not sure how long it will be in my life. Definitely worth a thought though. Thanks
We just got a Coachmen Freedom Express LTZ 192RBS which has a nice floor plan w/ the walk around queen bed and slide out couch. Has a lot of storage which we needed. I liked the Fun Finder/Shadow Cruiser options, but lack of cabinet space was a minus. Check out the link to the trailer, the color scheme is nice and not the typical white with graphics and showing dirt. http://www.jimsrv.com/rv/2013-FOREST-RIVER-FREEDOM-EXPRESS-192RBS-9210
X2: We have this model and like it very much. It's nicely equipped, good build quality, and unexpectedly spacious with the slide out. It's easy to tow because, appart from being light weight, it's slightly narrower than many travel trailers. I don't even require exctended review mirrors on the tow vehicle.
Arctic Fox 25S has a couch and queen bed; it's not cheap to purchase but I think well worth the money if you know RVing is something that you want to do. Keep you warm when its cold, cooler when its hot and the sound doesnt carry into the unit like it has with others. Really happy with it.
We have had one issue, the screws in one of the cabinets stripped and I had to get some plastic wood, fill the screw hole and redrill the screw.
Good luck finding something you like, the best thing to do is see a ton of them and benchmark them based on your criteria.
2013 GMC 3500HD Diesel Denali
2012 Arctic Fox 25S
2007 Toyota Tundra 5.7 CrewMax (Sold - I loved this truck)