I would suggest not stressing too much over making a perfect FGRV choice.
Make the best and most informed choice that you can, buy something, and
go camping/traveling for a while. Only after doing that will you really know what
trailer and amenities is/are right for you.
The reason to not stress is based on the high resale value of most FGRVs.
You shouldn't lose much money if you make a "less than perfect" initial choice
and need to sell and buy something else.
There is a little effort involved in all buying and selling transactions. That is why
you are now doing your research and trying to make the best initial choice .....
good for you! ☺️
IMHO - The important things are size/comfort of the bed, the availability of other seating/eating areas if you should want to leave the bed made up (without switching back and forth daily on every trip), storage space/cabinets for clothes/groceries/cooking-gear, etc. Basically, the things
that make the trailer comfortable, enjoyable, and just plain fun to use.
and lower aerodynamic drag (rounded corners and lower frontal area) will
make less demands on your tow vehicle. That may help the overall towing experience.
Best of luck to you! ☺️
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