Not currently in the market, but started researching these after months of research on traditional trailers, of which I have owned 2 (Starcraft TT, Salem TH Fiver) both of which leaked after a few years and were trashed as a result. Considering what some of the "full time" traditional TT cost, and not wanting more expensive issues down the road, I'm happy to see an alternative. I really don't want to be dealing with disabled slides, leaking roofs, rotten floors, bad wiring, etc, in 5 years.
My wife and I both have disabilities, so our choices will be limited. If enough space is provided we will be retrofitting a walk in tub. We also like our personal space, so that limits our choices further. So far, I've narrowed down to two units.
25B25FB has a large enough shower to retrofit a compact tub. It seems well built, and is big enough for a couple to live in. A downside is it looks like a traditional RV inside, with ugly walls and bland fabrics, which is not great for a unit costing over $50k. However, the storage is immense, there is a separate bedroom, and it works like a traditional TT, which means less if a transition to actually use it full time. Another thing I don't like is the use of ST tires
The other choice is an Oliver
Legacy Elite II Standard. Though not nearly as spacious as the Bigfoot
, we really like the construction and fit and finish; it looks like an expensive cabin cruiser using marine grade hardware throughout and exposed gelcoat inside rather than the tacky traditional RV wall finish, the way Bigfoot
should finish theirs. Obviously, it has 7 less feet of living space, which means we have to get more creative to live in it. We also like the customization options, something no other manufacturer seems to do other than the really high end makers (Space Craft, New Horizons, etc). I also like the use of 16" LT tires
The choice is difficult. Much like a traditional TT, there are compromises; unless I spend at least $95k for a custom Space Craft TT, there are no perfect units out there. I wish Oliver
would build a true 25' floorplan similar to Bigfoot, then I would have the perfect trailer.