Just came back from camping night #7 in our Happier Camper HC1 here are some thoughts for anyone considering a purchase.
The sliding blind front and back closures (blinds) are genius!
We hooked up a bike rack with one bike to the back this time and found we needed to counter-balance the trailer by putting a heavy cooler up front for stability, but otherwise towed just fine. - we did the calculation and towed at 18mpg for a combo of highway/city. Normal mpg with our Toyota Tacoma is around 21mpg.
We are a family of four and have found that here in Colorado (where nights have been in the 40s), we find it essential to keep the Maxxair fan running overnight to reduce condensation. The fan draws very little power from the battery
even when left on all night.
The campsite we had was on a downslope, but we were easily able to move the trailer on and off our truck with the help of the wheel that pops down on the tongue - much easier than our friends with a Scamp
and no wheel to help.
We really like having the one countertop box with a door on the side for easy access to things we are using frequently.
I made a "map" of what things were in each box - I found on our first trip that I spent a lot of time searching for things; this time it was much easier.
If you have any questions, please message me, would love to answer!