I like the radius-corner cabinet doors and the upper, corner cabinet.
The FG walls are slick and the carpeting down the middle to hide the seam is good.
The low seatback cushions make the dinettes look like a space-age board room.
Also, very nice "pillar" molded in to the right of the sink.
I love all the round lights
(LEDs, hopefully) and their placement, especially the high location of the taillights.
I like the U-shape of the rear dinette - I'm planning to modify my table to make a similar arrangement.
I almost put the lack of a rear window in the following list, but reconsidered...it is cozy in there, and that's a great place for a TV. It also makes the back of the rig look great from the outside. I guess I don't need a FRONT window, so....
My constructive criticism:
1. The dropping stripe makes the trailer look "big bottomed", or like it's pulling down its pants!!
A straight stripe would remedy this.
2. Find whoever makes the tracked window shades in the T@B and use those - I hate the miniblinds in my coach and think they look out-of-date. They don't look right in this clean, new design either.
3. Something besides standard woodgrain would look good on those cabinet doors - maybe they could be made from something like solid color plastic, like the kind that plastic cutting boards are made of. Or maybe dark wood or super light
4. "Eggcamper" would be off-putting to me as a brand name. My coach never gets called an egg or a camper. Sometimes it's called a pod. The design is good and spare and space-age on this new trailer; maybe a futuristic name? With gas prices blisteringly high, how about a name that suggests conservation?
I notice there's a bulkhead forward of the 2-seat dinette - IS there a bathroom hiding somewhere in there?! Couldn't get along without one!
Good luck with the fine-looking new product!