I would suggest going to a molded fiberglass rally
(see the rally
section) where you can tour many brands and many models.
You will need to decide what is important to you. Realize molded trailers are smaller than most traditional trailers (shorter in length). And they also are narrower. Those two combine to limit space. Time spent outside becomes more important! Which isn't that the point of having an RV?
I met a couple last year full timing in a Trillium
1300. And as luck would have it, I met them again this year. They have been full timing in that Trillium
for over two years and over 40,000 miles (how we ended up in the same RV park a year apart was pretty amazing). The Trillium
from that era is pretty basic: small bed, no A/C, no toilet or shower. They love it!! So what might work for you may not work for someone else. And that couple both work the same jobs they had when they weren't full time RV'ers. Of course, they have jobs where physical location is quite flexible.
Have you ever owned an RV? Any long trips? Long trips with a wide variation in weather can test any RV choice.