I'm really conflicted. We currently have an '06 Aliner Classic, which I love. Tows easy, five minute setup, stores in my garage, hard sides keep us comfy in Colorado winters and Texas summers. However... 1. We're a family of four. Me, husband, a 4yo and a 6yo. And a dog. 2. One of my kids is on a very restricted (medically necessary) diet. He can't eat most convenience foods or from restaurants, so all the meal prep happens in the camper. And I have to manage cross contamination with a tiny amount of counter space. 3. My husband started teaching high school this year. (I freelance from home...or anywhere with even a sporadic internet connection.) Right now we all fit just fine for a weekend trip (we basically just use it as a nice tent to sleep in), and we've done longer trips to see family - camping a few days out, staying at a place with more space and where we can do food prep and laundry and showers, then a few days camping back to our home. We took a trip a few weekends ago and it was terrible. I know bad trips just happen, but it rained the whole time and we were stuck inside in about 3 square feet of floor space on top of each other and in each other's way and it was just generally miserable. I started thinking about how we are actually going to be able to take some longer trips now that my husband has more time off - summer! spring break! Christmas! Thanksgiving! - and I didn't even want to if it was going to be like that except longer and with more stuff crammed inside. We got home and looked at some smallish, lightweight bunkhouse travel trailers, and were pretty impressed. Some of them even have freezers as well as bigger fridges, which would make meal prep for the food allergy kiddo much easier. I'm having a hard time finding the floor plans we want used, so we'd probably have to get a new one. My husband says he wants to make the move in the next year or so (camping is more my thing than his), but I'm waffling. I love the Aliner and we've had lots of great trips in it. And I HATE the thought of having to pay for storage. Somehow, this feels much worse than shelling out the money for the trailer itself. We could also try gutting the Aliner to give us more beds/floor space options, but that would destroy the resale value (I think I can get about $3k for it as is). If we were just planning on continuing to do shorter trips, we would stick with the Aliner for sure, but the teaching/having summers off is a game changer. If you've made it all the way through, thank you! So... what would you do? Talk me into or out of it!