Originally Posted by Bob Miller
I'd call those "Lite" related names more misleading advertising as the sales reps will use them to make a sale to uninformed buyers. It's just like the "Green" trailers, what ever that means.
"Green"? I have looked closely. Means they charge more and you feel better about it because it is "green" and good for the environment.
The biggest issue I saw, other than the price tag, was that the materials have not passed any kind of test of time.
Also, with names, the bad thing is that they change them all the time which means when the unit you bought is a couple of years old, nobody recognizes the name. They are all doing this now pretty much. Stickies used to have 3 levels, entry, mid and the high end and you could kind of know what you were getting but not anymore. Information disappears from their website every time they come up with something new and you can't get parts or at least the color of replacement parts you need.
We had a nice Coleman we bought new. The shop threw the "extra" parts away after replacing the roof for the 2nd time. The "extra" parts were for a hanging cupboard and clothing rod. They said they could not get the grey ones because the unit was SO old. It was 4 years old.