Smokey, Redwoods may be heavy, but nothing compared to Mobile Suites. We traded in a Montana for our Redwood and feel it's a step up. I admit I know nothing about Travel Surpreme, but we've looked at Mobile Suites and didn't see anything there that floated our boat except the need for an MDT if we got one of the bigger ones.
We love our RW, very liveable (approx 9 months of the year) and cabinets are made of Real wood. It's not an entry level unit as the MSRP on most models is over 100K, real world price is something less, depending on the deal you can make.
Oh yea, DLEasyrider for just about any of the units you're considering will require a 1 ton dually to handle the pin weights. Yea you'll see lots of them pulled by 3/4 tons, but if you run the numbers they usually don't add up to safe travels.
2011 Chevy Silverado 3500HD LT Ext Cab 4x4 Duramax/Allison, 2016 Redwood 39MB, Disc Brakes, Mor/ryde IS, GY 17.5" H tires, 5.5K Onan, Dual ACs, auto level, auto sat dish, stacked washer/dryer, residential fridge, King sleep number. Michelle & Ann