I am new to these forums, though I have been lurking and reading for quite some time. I would like to thank all the folks that take the time to help all us newbies. The info/advice is great. My wife and are are selling our way too large home and going semi_full timing. We will be sailing the North Channel of Georgian Bay (Great Lakes) in the summer. We have been doing that for several years now. In the Spring, Fall and winter we want to RV. We can visit family and friends in the spring and fall and head to warmer clim in the winter and explore. We have decided a A class MH + toad will be the best for us. In doing my research I have found answers to a lot of my questions but not much on this topic. One of my concerns in deciding what to purchase is the CCC. I really don't know how much Cargo Carrying Capacity I will need. I realize that every case is different. Some couples will need very little and others may want to move all their belongs from a house into an RV. What I am looking for is some opinions on what is "reasonable". I don't want to bring everything but I do want to be able to have the carrying capacity to be able to have a couple of lawn chairs, fishing tackle, laptop, tools (I am a mechanic by trade and must have some of my tools ), additional electronics, in addition to food, clothes, bedding, linens, cookware etc, etc, etc. You get the picture. I don't want to have to consider every little thing as to if we can carry the weight safely. I want to be able to take a grandkid or 2 with all their stuff on a trip without worrying about the extra weight etc. I have seen HM's with a CCC of under 700 lbs and others with well over 6000 lbs of CCC. What should I be looking at as a "reasonable CCC" for a fulltime lived in MH to have a comfortable lifestyle?