Well, I'm on my third camper in three years and think this time I've found the keeper for my needs. I recently picked up a slightly used 2017 StarCraft 16RB hybrid. I started out getting a Coachmen Clipper Express 180 a couple of years ago and it had some things I really liked. Small and light weight it towed like it wasn't even there and that was with a Dodge Caravan. Easy set up and take down was nice. It was a nice minimalist camping rig and coming from motorcycle tent camping for 40 years it seemed like a palace. But the same reason that stopped me from MC tent camping soon made me realize it wasn't a good long term solution. With severe arthritic hips and back getting in and out of the bunk just didn't cut it and with basically no storage it was time to move on. Since I had traded my minivan in on a Ram 1500 I looked for something a little bigger with more creature comforts and got a used Jayco 12hmd A frame. It also had some features I really liked. It was easy to tow and set up. I really liked the A frame high roof and big windows that gave it a roomy feeling in a short box. But the cons on this rig started to wear on me also. Using (and finding a place to store) a porta potti while boondocking was a hassle. And wearing a back brace when all the storage was below waist height got old quick. When it becomes a pain to get your favorite cold beverage from the fridge that sets on the floor it's time to move on. The clincher was on my last outing I got caught in a torrential downpour on the Interstate and pulled into a rest area to wait it out. No way could I set up the A frame so spent the night sleeping in the Ram. If I didn't already have a bad back I would have had one after that. This time I researched better for what I needed/wanted for a replacement camper and finally decided that a hybrid fit the bill. I wanted something small and easy to tow that would fit in some of the boondocking areas I like to camp. Something that was easy to hop into for a quick overnight at a rest area or truck stop and get a hot meal, do a little reading or watch a movie, and get a comfortable nights sleep (especially with my CPAP machine). A rig with an actual bath and shower. I usually camp solo but wanted something that was easy to set up and was comfortable for the occasional friend or family that wanted to camp with me. I really like the sounds and feel of tent camping but no longer wanted the to spend the time, hassle and discomfort of tent camping. The hybrid meets all the check boxes. When opened up while boondocking it seems huge and a couple of 12v fans (powered by my portable solar panels) I get great air flow. My local Camping World had some good deals on some close out 2018 StarCraft 16RB hybrids so I went to check them out. When I got there I lucked out and they had a 2017 model they had just taken in on a trade. The previous owner had taken great care of it and had even made some reflective window inserts that were really well done. They gave me a good deal and a decent trade in on my Jayco so I'm now the proud owner of my first hybrid. I'll be heading out this weekend on a 3 to 4 week trip and will get a chance to really check it out.