Hello Everyone! I just stumbled across this site and am so excited to have found it. I have been on the hunt for my family's first pop up for a couple months. We live in NC and have 2 dogs and a 5 year old girl and 8 year old boy. I am very nervous and excited at the same time! I have been torn between ac, showers, bathroom, etc. But realized with every extra option comes the potential something else to break. I have decided that I would rather have the option of AC than a bathroom to worry about and plan to go with a tent and potty set up outside for the night and number #1 trips. My husband is not a handy person AT ALL so it would be me jumping in to fix anything that goes wrong or doing any upgrades. With that being said, I think that I have found a great deal and a perfect first time pop-up for my family! I appears to be in great shape and camping ready. I am suppose to go look at it tomorrow morning. So sorry for the long post, I just want to be prepared as possible. This is the listing for the pop up. "2012 Flagstaff MAC 207 by Forest River. We are selling our beloved pop up of 8 years to someone willing to love it the way we have. We purchased new in November of 2011 from the former Hawley’s Camping Center in Garner, NC. We are only selling because we have purchased a new camper. Our camper has been garage kept since we have owned it and will continue to be until it’s sold. I have meticulously maintained and cared for this little trailer. New tires were installed in the summer of 2018 as well as re-caulked the roof seams with Dicor lap sealant for preventative maintenance. I had a custom bicycle rack made for the rear of the trailer to haul two bikes. All lights, A/C, furnace, three-burner stove top, three-way fridge, on-board water pump, heated mattresses, plumbing, battery, electric brakes and most importantly POWER ROOF work perfectly on it. The upholstery, cabinetry and flooring is factory and perfect. I made a small hanging shelf that has proven very handy for a little extra st" The guy has just upgraded to a hybrid and doesn't have the space for the two. He is going to wait for us to get there tomorrow so we can see him open the camper up and how to set everything up and be able to watch him take it down. I know that was a big one on the list. I have looked through the multiple post regarding things to look for and questions to ask. But would love any additional feed back anyone may have on the pictures of the camper below. Thank you in advance for any info you can provide!