I am looking into selling my 22' Minnie Winnie for a 5th wheel set up and am looking for some guidance. I don't want anything too big because I don't want to be limited in where I can go (at least much). We are not full-timers, but try to get away for a month or so in the summer, plus weekendtrips thoughout the year. I am figuring on something in the 24-27' range. Much of our camping is boondocking, with a trip into a commercial campground when we run out of water or juice. As such, I want something rugged enough to handle at least rough dirt roads (no off-roading or 4wd roads, of course). We have a 2 year old, with plans to attempt another in a year or so, so I am looking for something that will be big enough for my family down the road (pun intended). I also like to take my rig to the Sierra for ski/snowshoe trips, so a high R value is important. I had settled on an Arctic Fox (based on someone else's advice, not through my own research), but other makes that have bunk beds for the kids have caught my eye so I have begun to look around and feeling a little overwhelmed by the number of manufacturers. I also have run across mention of some manufacturers getting rich by making junk. Previous to the current Minnie, the RV we had was a piece of junk and we lost alot of money on it (actually ended up donating it because I could not in good conscience sell it) and, in the interest of preserving my marriage, do not want a repeat of that. Any suggestions? Any advice? Any good/bad expriences with manufacturers? Thanks alot for you time.