As many know, we bought a 2012 Coachmen Clipper Sport 126. I researched very carefully ALL the various brands, their floorplans, and their features since we are in Korea and had to buy sight-unseen. We chose Coachmen/Viking because the floorplan was good, their brochures looked great, the had nice features/options, and the dinette area converted to a 5'10"sleeping area (per the brochure). I especially liked the lack of support bars under the bunks. What do they say; "Don't believe everything you read?" Aside from the NUMEROUS manufacturing defects I've had to fix AND the roof that needs to be shortened (~1 1/4") so the weatherstripping will actually make contact with the top of the box, the beds aren't as big as they say they are! I'm 6'2' (and shrinking) and couldn't figure out why my head and feet were touching the cables that support the bunk when we slept. Our "king-size" beds, which are described in the brochure as being 70"x 80", are 75" wide at the cable attachment points, and the mattresses are only 70"x 73"! Worse, the dinette sleeping area, which is supposed to be 38"x 70" (again, per the brochure), is only 38"x 63". I bought this floorplan because my daughter will be close to 5'10" when she gets older and will have to sleep in the dinette area when grandma and grandpa come with us, but it's going to be too small for her soon. It almost is now! If I had been able to see the trailer in person, I WOULD NOT HAVE BOUGHT IT because the beds are too small, let alone the poor construction and all the other quality issues. Conclusion? We love the trailer floorplan. It's all the "little things" (and the one big thing-the roof) that keep popping up that I have to fix or redo that drive me nuts. If you like the Viking/Coachmen models with the beds that don't have supports underneath, check them out in-person first to make sure the beds are big enough. If you are 6'2" or taller, look elsewhere.