What is surprising to me is that they managed to stick around even this long. I once looked at a TAB, prior to buying my Casita
, more out of curiosity than actual interest, since I am 6'2" and getting too far along to enjoy having to act like "Quasimodo" while being inside anything. What really threw me for a loop was the rather exorbitant price they were asking for it. It seemed like a pretty "bare-bones" trailer with what I would call extremely limited utility and convenience. (I know there are probably some poor misguided souls out there who may like, or even own, one of these things, so let me say I am not trying to insult anyone for their choice...if you like it, more power to you.) But by all accounts, it surely didn't impress me one iota. I, for one, am very happy with my glass egg and have no regrets in buying it. With what they offer, versus the market competition, I find it hard to believe they could maintain any degree of competitiveness at all in the small trailer market. I guess time will tell if they can pull out of their tailspin. If there would be a "saving grace" to their resurrection, it would probably be in the fact that the industry as a whole is "downsizing" most of their product lines to meet consumer demand for more economical RV's. I just think that maybe we are all just slightly ahead of our time.