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Old 11-20-2015, 06:19 PM   #15
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Front living rooms...

We enjoy going to the RV shows and the Big Super Show in Tampa. The front living rooms in my opinion feel crowded height wise. I am not claustrophobic just like the feel of a taller, more wide open space and the slide out rooms are also to restricted feeling.

Since most of your time is spent in the Living Room area when you are awake it makes sense to have the largest comfortable space and standing up and only having a few inches at best is just not comfortable to me. It's ok for a bedroom to walk around and get in and out of bed but we like our space.

The Rear Entertainment models with a L-shaped sofa and recliners like in a DRV are nice.

Since we go from Living Room to Kitchen frequently, the up and down stairs I think would get old rather fast. Hey, but each to his own.

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Old 11-21-2015, 07:47 AM   #16
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I agree 100% Kro1957. This is why we ordered the 375RE which is exactly the same as front living but is in the rear. In the rear you have the height so not claustrophobic. The divider behind the theater seating is now a counter with a hard surface counter top and can be used for additional counter space in the kitchen. Like you we don't like to have to go up and down steps constantly as we migrate back and forth between the living area and the kitchen for snacks.

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