Greetings - I've been on other forums but just found this one. We have owned a 2007 Jayco 1007 PUP since late 2009 and just completed our 10th season. My screen name is a bit out of date in that our oldest three girls are 21, 25, and 26. We aren't raising them any more. Only our "baby" is still camping with us. She's 12. Eldest lives 13,000 miles away in Australia, and #2, while she lives at home for now, is engaged and hasn't vacationed with us for a few years. We took 2 week-long trips with the PUP this summer. Once with just three (wife, 12 y/o, and me) and five on the other (with 12 y/o's friend and our 21 y/o college senior). Our beef with the Jayco 1007 is that it's too much work to head out for 2-4 night weekend trips. No storage, awning sucks, etc. Experienced PUP owners know. We're looking to increase from 15 nights to 20-25 nights next year and thereafter since our 12 y/o isn't returning to softball, and we want a PUP with more inside space, more storage space, and easier setup. Still, we don't have or want a TV for a hybrid or TT, so we're comfortable with simply going to a bigger PUP. And, oddly enough, while our suburban development is OK with PUPs in the backyard, they frown on HTTs and TTs, so a new, bigger PUP avoids storage costs. We're OK staying with a PUP. We're 54 now, healthy, and reasonably fit and figure a new, bigger PUP will last 'til we retire and turn to the dark side for a TT, 5er, or Class C in about 10 years. I'll post separately on where we're at with buying a new PUP.