The perfect Moulded Fiberglass trailer as we see it in our own eyes for any of us will never happen unless we are loaded with money and able to build our own. I do believe that each company builds and sellw what the general public requires. They build to suit the basic needs of most of us.
I can think of a number of things I would like to have in a small RV, but I must remember it's the small lightweight unit that I and others want. I can buy a much bigger unit for what I have paid to date and what I will pay in the future.
The smooth looks of these units with out the A/C on top is a great selling point for me. Its lower and more versitile and looks real good. No bumps and lumps on top of it. The microwave is another point of contention. I have installed microwaves in a number of FG units. If I remember correctly, I only ever used a microwave a total of about 6 times. The use was to test them when i completed installation and made a couple bags of popcorn. Now that's a pure waste of time and money for me.
I could sit here all day long and poke holes in every unit ever made, thats the easy side of things. I suggest we each buy what we can afford and change things to our liking.
I have now owned 4 FG units. Each one had there problems for me, BUT they all did the basic job and that was to take me camping/RVing and that was why I owned them. I had fun rebuilding them and doing modifications to suit me. Heck I even figuried out how to install roof air if I wanted it, in these small units.
I have meet two owners of two differnt Fiberglass trailer manufacturers.They are what I would call a small bussiness with a limited number of employees doing a great job for us MFROG folks. I bet there is not many people who can say the same things about their bulge mobiles, which just sit in driveways and look pretty.
Storage is also a good point. In my 13ft Trill with toilet I can store enought stuff for a 4-week holiday.The only thing I would have to buy while traveling would be fresh food. I know because we just did a 3-week holiday, and guess what? We never used half the food (canned goods) that we had. Just think what I can cram into a 17footer.