Well you've sort of brought up my point, which is what SHOULD I be concerned about. I'm fishing for those things that a test drive and PDI won't point out, things that only surface after you've had it for weeks or months.
To us the floor plan seems to be great for us, enough room and storage both inside and out for the way we'll use it.
I haven't had a chance to test drive one yet (hopefully this weekend), but would like to know how it handles cross winds and semis on the interstate. My current 34' coach just gets a slight nudge from a passing semi. I can easily correct for it, no white-knuckled driving on the interstate. Mild cross winds require much more of my attention, I assume the same would be true for the 29VE.
It only has single pane windows, has that caused any issues with heating/cooling or noise. (I've read some threads on the pros and cons of single pane windows, like many other things the answers vary depending upon who's giving the answer. And folks on both sides of the debate have good points to make.)
My biggest concern, and one that I couldn't really get an answer to in a test drive - at least not at this time of year - is whether or not the single AC unit is enough to cool the coach reasonably well. It seems to me like it might could use a second AC, but that doesn't appear to be an option. I realize you can close vents to force the air into one end of the coach or another, and close off the bedroom, but is that enough?
1996 Fleetwood Southwind 34'