What’s great about this travel trailer: It’s light (4,136 lbs), but can carry a lot (payload capacity is 3,464 lbs)! Very easy to tow with a half ton truck. It’s only 22' 9" long. The remainder of the three-year warranty passes on to the next owner. High ceilings: 80", not the claustrophobic 74" most small trailers have. The queen size bed is a REAL queen size bed, not the shorter RV queen. The slide out with the couch is awesome, and it folds down into a bed. Power slide, power awning, power stabilizer jacks…most controlled by a nifty panel called In Command, which you can also operate from an app on your phone. All LED lights, including a neat-o under-awning light. Really nice looking contemporary interior that is not your usual “country” style. Double-axle, and high off the ground. The A/C rocks and has ducting (also rare for a trailer this size). Stainless steel appliances (fridge still has the plastic on it!). Insulated, covered underbelly means it’s easier to camp in colder climates. It’s solar-ready! Ladies (like me): Closet in the bathroom with large hanging rod and drawers (In addition to the bedside closet). A great tub, large as travel trailers go and enough room on the edge of the tub so you can perch on the side to shave your legs! Great counter space around the bathroom sink and a medicine cabinet. A mid-size fridge, not the usual tiny fridge you find in travel trailers this small. Nice porcelain toilet. Double kitchen sink with really cool faucet that becomes a sprayer. It's better than new! Why?: I replaced the original flimsy closet bar with a sturdy rod screwed into solid wood (after it collapsed on its maiden voyage). I upgraded the board on the Atwood water heater (which are notorious for failing as mine did) with a Dino board. I cleaned out the chunks of Styrofoam that were in the grey tank when I bought it new and replaced the grey tank valve. I had the kitchen sink cover professionally cut so you can have one side of the sink covered at a time. I covered the crappy plywood under the bed with carpet so you don’t get splinters when accessing the under-bed storage. I’m including all the accessories, which I spent hundreds of dollars on, such as: water hoses, sewer hose (20 ft RhinoFLEX), sewer hose support, wheel chocks, leveling blocks, power cord, electrical tester/surge protector, power adapters (50 and 20 to 30amp), slide seal lubricant, propane gauge, towel bar, mounted shower basket, curtain over bathroom door for extra privacy…and throwing in my left-over supplies: Digest-it, anti freeze, hitch ball lube, blind repair kit, etc. I’m a private seller, so I won’t add on the extra two or three thousand dollars that CW will onto their “sale price.” Why should you pay for their shipping fees?? AND, if you are really nice and don’t give me grief about the price, I will include the awesome weight distribution anti-sway tow package I have, a $500 value.