Okay camping community, we have been looking for over a few months now at a camper that would satisfy the needs of the fam. Previous thread: http://www.popupportal.com/index.php?topic=67855.0 We have narrowed it down to 4 models. There are two major decisions to make between the 4 models. The first, to have the travel deck or not to have the travel deck. I would say having it would be a huge advantage. We would be able to put our RZR on it, we could put bikes and a lot of other toys on it as well. The disadvantage is that we are now looking at towing about a 30' trailer instead of a 22' trailer. As much as we love the challenge of navigating camp grounds with large trailers, it is something that we are questioning. Also, it appears a lot of sites are limited to 30'. The trailers with the decks extend to about 34' open. What are your thoughts on this. Will it be a pain finding spots to fit the trailer and get it back there? The second major question you all are going to love. Don't hit us, but, to get the folding camper or to get a hybrid We like the idea of the folding camper because it will be easier to tow and in theory we don't have to worry about wind as much. To be honest, the folding camper we are looking at could be a hybrid for how big it is! We like the hybrid because setup is much easier. The concern is again size and also driving if the winds are bad. We will be making a lot of our trips through the mountains of CO to CA. Lots of wind is very possible. We do know that many people drive with TT everywhere and it's probably just a matter of being cautious. We do like the idea of being able to pull over on the side of the road and for the kids to run in the back to go to the bathroom. Again, not the biggest deal, but that's where we are with our decision. So here are the candidates. Rockwood HW316TH http://www.forestriverinc.com/PopUpCampers/RockwoodTent/default.aspx?model=rktc&page=floorplandetails&floorplanid=220&RVType=TNT Rockwood Roo 21SSL http://www.forestriverinc.com/HybridTravelTrailers/Roo/default.aspx?model=roo&page=floorplandetails&floorplanid=4010&RVType=HYT Rockwood HW296 http://www.forestriverinc.com/PopUpCampers/RockwoodTent/default.aspx?model=rktc&page=floorplandetails&floorplanid=101&RVType=TNT Rockwood Roo 21SS http://www.forestriverinc.com/HybridTravelTrailers/Roo/default.aspx?model=roo&page=floorplandetails&floorplanid=4009&RVType=HYT The prices are in our range and obviously the popups feel better for price, but for an investment of fun, we want to get the right RV. So, what are your thoughts?