Agreed, Jon. If you look close, you can see that little overhang in the Scamp
Promo video on YouTube. We do like the fact that all of the bed space is
usable on our Layout A. No overhang on our sink/stove cabinet.
Another note is the additional counter space on the Layout A. We have
enough room between our stove and sink to put a coffee pot. The Layout B
doesn't have much space there.
We like the open/spacious feel of our Layout A. Because you can see out the
front window and the back window, our trailer feels like (or gives the illusion
of) a larger trailer. The front bath model blocks out the view to the front.
We like all of the storage in our Layout A. We have upper cabinets around
most of the trailer. My clothes go in the front two cabinets over the sofa and
in the two back side cabinets by the refrigerator
. My wife's
clothes go in the two back cabinets and the other two back side cabinets.
The cabinet door under the front sofa (that held the porta-potti in our
Scamp13) holds our laundry basket, our little ceramic space heater, etc.
The other two compartments under the front sofa hold beach towels, swim
suits, trailer repair equipment, etc.
I think that I would describe my wife and I as medium-size people. If we
were larger, the roomier front bath would probably be nice. In a few more
years, when grandkids are no longer interested in going with us, we might
like actually having the normal Layout A front dinette?
Our trailer might not suit everybody but, for now, it works pretty well for us.
I've come to the conclusion that there really isn't a perfect trailer for
everyone. There seem to be pros and cons to every brand of trailer and
every trailer layout. You just have to evaluate your wants/needs and know
that there will be trade-offs.
Again .... good luck with your own choices!