The only one I have personal experience with is Scamp
, and I have the smaller, no bath, 13' bunk model. I like Scamps- simple, small, basic and low maintenance. The 16' bunk layout has a side bath, which is tiny and height-limited. The main dinette bed is narrow, at 45". But it's possible to pick up a decent condition used one under $10K. If I found the right one, I'd be tempted, both for the bathroom and the larger galley.
By most accounts BC-made Escapes are well-put-together, and the very favorable exchange rate makes them an unbeatable value right now for US buyers. They have traditional wood cabinetry inside the molded fiberglass shell, if that matters to you. They're roomier inside than Scamps and Casitas, but light
for their size. Unfortunately, demand far outstrips supply right now, so you can expect a long wait to have a new one made, and used ones are snapped up almost instantly.