When we rented a trailer in 2008, it was from a dealer and was very new. Of course it was easy to setup--it only took about 20 minutes and was not difficult. But most everyone I've talked to has tried to steer me away from pop-up tent trailers because "it takes at least an hour to setup." Those people were camping in the 70s and 80s and I'm sure the technology and mechanisms are better these days. But as I'm looking at Craigslist and not wanting to spend much over $1,500, I'm realizing I may be getting a 70s or 80s model. Now I'm worried that I won't be happy with an old one because of my recent positive experience with a newer model. A couple of them I'm looking at this week are 1) 1978 Starcraft, 2) 1981 Coleman, and 3) 1989 Coleman. The last one looks the nicest, but is also the most expensive, of course. Will I find myself spoiled by the newer one and disappointed with an older one? Should I hold out another year and save up for something made within the last 10 years?