I am disabled and use a heavy duty power wheelchair but I can take a few steps without my chair. My minivan is my only option for pulling a camper so I need something the weight of a lighter pop up, or I can't camp. Because of my health tent camping is no longer an option. Saturday I am going to pick my new to me 1995 Coleman Stony Creek. EDIT: The camper got sold out from under us so the new camper will be a 1994 Starcraft Starmaster 1224. I am concerned about the steps to enter/exit the camper. Are they going to break under my weight? Even if supports would make me feel like they are safe, are they far apart? I can not step up/down very far. Do they come out automatically when the door is opened? If they do can that be modified without breaking anything, so that my hubby can build me a custom set of steps? I know that the bunk ends are made to handle more than my weight but I would feel a lot more comfortable with extra supports. How could those be added? The cabinets have been replaced with plywood and my hubby can add supports under seating as needed so I am not really worried about that, but are the floors themselves sturdy/well supported? I know the doorway will be a tight squeeze. How hard is it to leave the door off during the day with the camper popped up and in use, and cover the doorway with a curtain or screen or something (perhaps velcroed on the inside?) and just put the door on at night? I have never had my hands on a pop up before so I have no idea if this is a simple solution or if it would be an enormous pain for my poor hubby. Is there anything else I need to know? I know a pop up is not the optimal camper for someone of my weight but I miss camping SO much and this is really my only hope of getting back to it. Thank you so very much for any insight you can provide!