When we spoke to Jason he did mention that they were looking into how to design and provide a bathroom into the trailer. It would interesting to see if they could get the mould for the 17' Boler and what magic they could do with that.
When we were planning our trip across Canada (for 4 months) my wife stated she was not going to travel in a Boler without a bathroom. Hence we sold the Boler in 2 days and then bought the 17' Bigfoot.
Just a footnote on the Bigfoot; While Bigfoot long held a reputation for a good product I found a number of design faults and badly executed items on ours. During the trip I made a pucnh list of items to be fixed, changed or improved.
By the time we got home I had 50 items on the list. Some things I had to fix on fly as we travelled and on occasions borrow tools at the RV sites to fix some things.
Things like some screws were missing from the inside window flang and during a fierce storm one night in Newfoundland I woke up to find the counter and floor flooded. Leaked like a seive.
When I took the sink out to replace the cheap plastic faucet they had in there I found the "P" trap and drain were not connected so water was running down the wall for 4 months.
The sanitary sewer outlet was too low and we could not hoopup to the drain line in a number of RV sites (that brown stuff will not run uphill) One RV site I borrowed a saw from the owner and cut the their drain pipe shorter. I had to revamp the whole sewer systemwhen we got back.
One day the power on the battery
system inside the trailer quit. I started using my tester (everyone should carry one) couldn't find the problem. Decided to check the battery
terminals (battery was brand new) First one was OK the second when I removed it, the end terminal fell off. It had not been crimped on properly.
This is only a capsule of the things I found.
Since then my brother in law and his wife have our trailer and they use it to travel back and forth between Keromeos and Arizona every year.
Since I fixed everything they have not had a speck of troulble with it.