Just a couple comments on the OPs original purpose for this thread:
You haven't seen a molded fiberglass
RV yet afaik. Do that. Impossible to tell if it's even something you'd consider or would work for you unless you've seen them in person.
You have several non-negotiables and that's great. They might change however, the more different types of units you see. The pros and cons of a specific feature become more obvious when you have more experience with them.
If you want to whittle it down as far as molded fiberglass
trailers go, there are really only two full 4 season fiberglass trailer manufacturers afaik: Bigfoot
. I own an Escape
19 and I adore it, but it's not a true 4 season trailer in the sense that it's tanks and shell are designed to withstand sub-freezing winter temps for an extended period. We don't have the need for a 4 season trailer, but based on your intent to full time, and based on where you live, you do.
Lastly, don't take it the wrong way when some of your choices or opinions are questioned here. The fiberglass RV community is a bit different than most, and they usually are averse to the rolling mansions and huge Luxo units you see on the road every day - and molded fiberglass smallish RVs are definitely not for everyone.
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