As mentioned, rallies are the best way to see lots of trailers. We've been to a couple of the Cassita rallies and are gong to another one this month. All fiberglass trailers are welcome regardless of brand. You get to see lots of modifications and tour different brands of trailers from the 1970s on up to brand new.
At the rally
, you can learn about headroom, bed layouts, solar
charging systems, cooking techniques and see how different tow vehicles are doing with trailers you might like. You'll see some you really like and meet some nice people while doing it.
We have an Oliver
and people were stopping by wanting to see it. There was an "open house" period where you could just wander, meet people and see their rigs.
Then if you think you want a certain model, you can contact the factory to find local owners that will show theirs to you and you can learn about how the factory is to deal with and any problems they've had.