We have learned a lot about campers recently. Most importantly, if you've enjoyed time in a 5th wheel, don't downgrade to a travel trailer. They do not have the weight capacity, ceiling height, great towing and most importantly...STORAGE!!!
That being said, the Aerolite was nice if you're not spending much time in it. We got a good deal on a previous year model at VOGT RV. The experience was great, and I would definitely return if they have something we are looking for in the future.
As nice of a very short-term camper as our Aerolite is, it is incredibly disappointing to see more electrical neglect from an RV manufacturer. Yet again, the severe lack of any quality control, inspection, qualified electricians, or any effort spent on ensuring the electrical system is safe in something that families will spend time in is appalling. Here are a few photos.
|This was fantastic!!! (sarcasm) The panel was actually worse than the cyclone.|
|Showing over-torqued termination.|
I would say that I'd like to get rid of this and replace it with something else, but I imagine that all manufacturers are the same since we saw poor installation (especially electrical) in our Heartland Cyclone.
Enough of that... Have a great day!