Not talking below the belt, here......... Been out with my mom in her hybrid and recently rented a 26ft Keystone w/slide. I gotta say, I do like the larger interior space compared to my Baja. They are insulated better (a concern for me with Montana weather), can obviously fit more people inside when the weather turns nasty, a dedicated and spacious bathroom is a nice bonus, as is having a decent-sized kitchen that you can actually cook in comfortably. But, does the physical size difference of your TT, MH, or hybrid PREVENT you from going where you want to go? I ask because my situation may be different from the majority of people on this site, so I'll explain: My Baja is the off-road toyhauler model and I camp so that I can stay out and play longer. Boondocking is my preferred method and in Montana, that means I regularly visit remote mountain lakes at 10k ft elevation. I've seen trucks with slide in campers, people sleeping in their cars, and tents up this high, but never have I seen anything like what I have because the roads going in would destroy most TT/MH undercarriages. Our Baja is definitely NOT a pavement princess! I pull it with a Ford Excursion, so the platform on the Baja is usually loaded with our dirtbikes or the ATV. Getting tired of the setup time and the wifey is complaining about the noise of the tent material whenever the wind blows (its Montana....the wind is always blowing). Having something more insulated, warmer, and quieter at night would be fantastic. But I worry that I'd be giving up the Baja's capabilities. For you fine folks that are like me and almost exclusively boondock in no-man's-land, has your TT/MH ever prevented you from traveling where you normally like to get to? Short of a 4wd converted full-size van with sleeping quarters, I'm not aware of anything as capable and nimble as my Excursion and Baja. Please educate!