Purchased new 6/2017. Tows great, parks easy, and can carry a lot of weight. Love this big trailer, but I need to buy a smaller one. Will deliver within 500 miles.Full tech specs at forrestriver.com, as it is basically brand new. Here is my experience:It's tough. You can tie down two ATV's, a side by side, probably 3 motorcycles, or (pictured) a CanAm Spyder in it with room to spare. It has 8 HD tie-downs and the floor is beveled right at the ramp for ease of access. Metal plating protects the wall edges. Dual side ram-air vents keep the camper's air fresh while in transit. The ramp also doubles at a 7ft deck with tall mesh fencing. When opened, a roll-down vinyl wall will keep the ice cold AC and/or heat in. Bluetooth audio with speakers inside and out.It has quality materials and is easy to clean. No carpets! Cabinets are solid material, LP stove lights right up and ventilates well, and it has a convection/ microwave oven which I've used a few times with tasty results. The water pressure is consitent and good, and the hot water replenishment is nearly residential. Fridge/freezer run on both electricy and LP. The shower is full sized and designed for tall people. The outside hot & cold shower and hose unit allow you clean off before tracking dirt inside. And it has a nice black-tank flush feature, although this black tank has barely been used. It has bright LED lights inside and out, a strip under the power awning, lights on the back and front of the camper. It's comfy. The bedroom has an RV king sized bed with tons of storage all around, and under the bed. The trailer has two doors, one directly into the bedroom up front and one into the kitchen. It is possible to have kids/ guests stay in the back area because there is a power-lift queen size bed that lifts up into the ceiling (I've never used it) and the seating area can be made into a bed, but also folds flush to the walls for hauling toys. The double-entrance bathroom is situated between these two areas, creating privacy. It sleeps 4 comforably, 6 uncomfortably.Here's why you should buy my near-new toy hauler and not a brand new one: It's about $8k less. Also, I am including in the sale several extras: A 32 inch TV (mountable inside and outside) with a Dish Wally HD DVR receiver paired to a Wingard Pathway x2 satellite.Dealer installed winterizing valves and vent protector.Champion 3500 watt RV gas generator with cover -fits on front mount for off-grid camping, powers the whole camper. 2-battery bank with deep cycle marine batteries (it is solar-ready, so if you bought the panels the camper's inverter will charge your bank), extra power cords, hoses.A tool box filled with all the correct tools for basic maintence.