So we started out tent camping and now with a growing family that stinks. Can't do that anymore. So we though, "Hey, let's stick close to nature and get a tent trailer..." yeah, that lasted for about 5 minutes in a tent trailer considering it was parked next to a fiberglass-shell dual-slide image of RV excellence. So, we're then got to thinking that we could make due with about a 18-20 foot trailer with a couple of really good slides ... then we went to a large RV dealer and go to jump in and out of about 50 different types and sizes. Pretty sure that we're at the point now where I think we're looking at taking down a tree on the side of the yard now so we can get a trailer around the 26-foot range parked on the side of the house. Something with a couple of slides and it's going to have to have some bunks in there to give us the room that we need. Walked into one of these bad boys today, very nice. Going to start to think about how many trips we can in a year and if we should get something used like 5-years or get new. Don't have a timeline, but we're pretty much ready to start the process. 2013 Forest River Salem Hemisphere 272BH. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rqWsosJYrMs Bunch of photos of the 272BH: http://www.savingsrangerrv.com/New-...ravel-Trailer-Salem-Hemisphere-272BH---345181 So, I started looking at 10-foot tent trailers, moved to 16 to 18-foot trailers, then 22 then 24 and now 26-28-footers. Yep, I've got the 2-foot-itis.