Maybe I can get something started here, maybe not. There are not many of us who use Class B motor homes, and from the inventory on dealer lots I would judge that more and more people are buying big rigs. I have owned two VW campers, two Ford vans I built insides for myself, a Ford Van Coachmen camper, two truck campers (even smaller space and storage than a Class B) and now I own a Chinook Concourse. My wife and I are accustomed to small spaces. We have studied for years what we want to use for camping, and we always come back to a class B. Some issues: Storage: This is not an issue unless you need to take stuff you may use only once per month. We take everything we need, and we sometimes shift things around to make room in one place or another. Sleeping: We make up the bed every day. That means we put the bed up and away every day. It takes me about 30 seconds. No big deal. Moving around: If I put the German Shepherd outside, we can get the bed made up and ready for use, then let him back inside. If it's raining, we just try not to step on him. What we take: Picnic supplies, outside burner, etc.; clothes for one week; leveling boards, chemicals, bicycle helmets and supplies; two bicycles; a german shepherd and his food; our food; toys, including computers and cameras. When the dirty clothes bin gets full, we wash. We have room to spare.