Howdy and thanks for this forum! I'm hoping for helpful souls out there who can climb in my boat for a minute and give me some needed steering advice. I am very attracted to 5th wheel fulltiming possibly, but this would require a huge investment, not only in the rig itself, but (almost more importantly at this early stage) in giving up my otherwise beloved 2003 Odyssey. I've looked at 5th Wheels and they are beautiful. But we're talking a change in vehicle, etc.etc.etc. I stumbled across TrailManors. While they are a long way away from "fulltimer" 5th wheels with 3+ sliders and motorized back scratchers, the TM seems like a good place to start. My thought is, just buy one, do some 1-week, 2-week, 3-week trips in it or maybe even a well-terrained cross country, and get a feel for how it is to depend on campgrounds or RV parks. And see how I fit into that lifestyle. If all that fits in, THEN I'd start thinking about trading in my beloved Odyssey for a 1-ton truck and a more serious RV. After seeing TM models (2619, the 2720SL and 3026 (biggest my vehicle could handle if really pushing it), it seems that the towing numbers M-A-Y work if I buy a (MAX) size 2720, get Honda's towing package (at least the trans/power steering cooling systems from them) and pack light. AND that I don't try to drive vertically up the Grand Canyon OR go off wild-eyed into the Rockies. Does ANYONE have experience with the TM 2720SL or a TM 2619 WITH a minivan the likes of a 2003 Honda Odyssey? (It has a published 3500 max towing weight and 1250 in-vehicle weight limit). Keeping the Odyssey is important unless I decide, for sure, that I'm into RVing. Then anything goes and I'll make it work. As for people, it would be me and my dog. Sometimes one other adult, very occasionally two others.