Originally Posted by Robert Partee
Is this what I have heard referred to as trolling...lol...
No- it's what's referred to as "my opinion". I've expressed my mystification with the ubiquitous white many times in this forum.
No need to feel singled out- Trillium
, and Eggcamper
also use the white interior, and we see posts from folks referring to a certain sterility-of-feel per those brands, too. I think this is an important reason that some choose to instead buy, for example, Scamp's "deluxe" wood interior model. Others attracted to the molded fiberglass concept but wanting something "warmer" just go with a mfr. such as Bigfoot
that except for the shell use no fiberglass components at all. As is plain from earlier posts in this very thread.
For myself, I much prefer the unique shape, texture, feel, and cleanliness of molded fiberglass interior components. Oliver's done a superior job in that department....in my opinion it's the best designed trailer of its kind in the current field. But so much of what you've done is more or less "invisible", first-impression-wise. When a person steps inside an Oliver, especially
if as a couple, most aren't thinking about the aluminum frame, the double shell, or any of the other true steps up in build. What they're thinking about is how it "feels". As is evident in this and other threads (again emphasizing that dismissal of the "feel" is specific to the bright white of any
trailer using the white inside.)
To clarify, I don't favor color "options", either. Plainly put, I think Oliver has so far missed what seems to me an obvious opportunity to very visibly set itself apart from all others by choosing and using no-option colors that carry the same "we're different" message that so many other (more hidden) parts of the design do.