As a camper of many years I must say that a pup and a TT each have their places depending on where you’re going and the weather. When the kids were little we upgraded from a tent to a HTT. We loved that we had the option of closing it all up when it rained but were plagued with leaks. We quickly found ourselves in a Jayco 5th wheel with a bunk room in the back for the kids. But it was 34 ft and we were immediately pushed out of our favorite, quiet “no reservations needed” places and we were a little sorry. But to get the room we needed for the family, that’s the size we ended up with. When the kids grew up and left we got a 34 ft Montana with 3 slides, a fireplace and recliners (loving the luxury) but still, we couldn’t fit in the places we loved. So, we now have a Niagara pup we love dearly and are heading out this weekend to one of our favorite, old places with no reservations and no worries. The weather should be spectacular so no wet tents. We still have the Montana for year ‘round camping, tho. I say that if you have the storage space, do both! Nothing beats the sound of the birds and the fresh air in the morning in a pup but it’s nice to be warm and dry on a cool day in October. Good luck with your decision!