My wife and I have decided that we are in a position to say "The h*ll with it all!" and take an extended vacation for a couple of years with our young children. Us: 37 and 35, the kids 5 years and 22 months. We have started the process of selling off our house and other non-essential possessions with the intent of purchasing an RV (not our first) and having it shipped over to the UK and starting a 24-36 month tour of Europe in the summer of 2007. We have sufficient finances to tide us over for that timeframe with a burn rate of around $150 UDS per day, the RV will be purchased outright. The single biggest issue facing us at this point is WHICH RV to purchase? We would like the largest unit possible (32.8' max, 10 meters is allowed in Europe) That would have a separate sleeping area for our two children. Ideally we would like an arrangement that allows the kids to go to bed at 8-9pm and allows us to stay up for another hour or two in the primary living space. They will be 2.5 and 5.5 years old when we start the trip, we have been looking at the 32' class C units with the cab-over beds for the kids to sleep in, but we can't really separate the living space from the sleeping space in that setup. None of the 32' class A rigs we've seen have a layout conducive to kids at all, unless were are willing to sacrifice the rear bedroom to the kids and have us sleep in the main area. Any thoughts or suggestions? I would really like to find a unit that has bunk beds setup between the main space and the rear bedroom, but except for a couple of rigs from the 80's I haven't been able to find anything like this. Fifth-wheel setups don't work well over there as shipping costs get prohibitive since they are based on total length x width x height.