Not sure if this goes in "Let me tell you about my trip" or "Going to the Dark Side." It's mostly promoting the Dark Side. Our first trip with new TT is in the books and we couldn't miss the PUP any less. Day one: Tow through Chicago, heavy stop & go traffic, 95F heat wave, heavy winds, all non issues. Our Odyssey handled it so well. Cruising around 60 mph. Back into site, level, plug in electric, hook up water, extend awning and slide out. Open bag chairs, sip beverage, enjoy scenery, watch kids playing. Night one: hot, terrible storms, loud thunder and bright lightning, but family cooked dinner and ate inside with cartoons on the TV. We slept great thanks to A/C keeping it cool and providing white noise over the storms. Rest of week: perfect weather, swimming, playing, campfires, more of the same. Towing home went just as well being only 80F and less windy. Key takeaways: OMG is it nice to have enough space to exist happily out of the rain. The physical protection and noise insulation from wind, rain and thunderstorms is nice too. OMG is having a kitchen nice. Our PUP stove always went outside and never came in. The fridge was too small to use, so food stayed outside in a cooler (getting wet in melting ice). This kitchen is an amazing upgrade. Now, we have a stove, microwave and fridge to make dinner and breakfast without ever leaving the trailer. Oh and our fridge has a freezer that can make our own ice cubes! No more buying bagged ice! OMG, whether it's the rain, middle of the night or middle of the day, having a bathroom is an amazing upgrade. No more dark, cold walks to the outhouse, or grabbing an umbrella and flashlight to walk to the toilet to do your business. OMG, even if the shower stall is ridiculously small and the shower head is low on the wall, just having a shower is delightful. No more gross campground facilities, hair, bugs, shower sandals, etc. Every day starts or ends clean after a quick Navy shower. Dumping grey and black tanks isn't as gross as anyone suspects. In fact, if you even see or spill any water at all, it means you probably did something wrong. It's totally sealed, easy and clean. Setting up our TT for camping took about 30 min. Setting up our PUP for camping used to take 2 hours. Tear down is same way. No more rolling up sleeping bags, breaking down tables, packing up totes, moving stove and closing the PUP. TT was mostly sliding stuff in, loading stuff into Odyssey and disconnecting from hookups. Took under 30 min compared to PUP over 1hr. When we got home, we backed TT into driveway to empty fridge and clean it out. This is an awesome feeling after years of getting home with the PUP and having to set it up merely hours after closing it up simply to clean it, dry out canvas or winterize it. Literally, the only TT drawbacks compared to a PUP are towing (which isn't even that bad) and storing it (if you live in a neighborhood that doesn't allow parking it in driveway).