We like our Bunkhouse. Bought it new in your price range.
We opted for the version without the extra bath because we liked the layout of the master bedroom--not having to climb into the bed pretty much as soon as you set foot inside. There's plenty of room for us to stand & get dressed in our room **a great plus since we take ours deer & duck hunting and need room to maneuver in and out hunting clothes.
Ours actually has the bunkhouse portion "upstairs" in the usual master bedroom location. If we were to do it again, we would have opted for the outdoor kitchen which we do not have. We also would have probably bought the Sandpiper we were looking at, but we wanted to stay under $30,000 at that time. Looking back, over 15 yrs, the payments wouldn't have increased much and our 1 ton was plenty of truck to pull it.
Besides, I have definitely found MSRP sticker price vs. purchase price you can negotiate have quite a wide difference. We probably could've purchased the larger Sandpiper priced in the $40K range for about only a difference of $4-5K.
Best of luck in looking!
Oh & a bit of advice you may or may not think about
: on short trips it isn't a big deal for us, but it gets annoying on long trips--our kitchen outlets aren't ideal for appliances (like toasters) with short cords & I end up having to use canned goods to raise the toaster to the right height to reach the plug in. The outlet is located at the bottom of the upper cabinet (so outlet is above counter top as opposed located near the top of the bottom cabinets, just below countertop level) As for using it at the dinette, forget it! The cord isn't long enough due to the location of the outlets (close to the floor).
Minor issue, but something I will know to look for in the future. We do camp for months at a time so this may bother me more than the average person. Come to think of it, maybe I just need to search for kitchen appliances with longer cords
BTW: No dually here and not a lick of trouble. And my dad pulls his 34' Holiday Rambler with a truck like yours & has no trouble even if a dually may be better