We have a local dealer that carries Adirondack trailers, made by Thor, & I've had a chance to look at them. They seem to be on the lower end of the "food chain" as you refer to it. Entry level quality with basic interiors, lower in price & lightweight due to aluminum framing, less insulation, laminate counter tops...etc. I think they're on the same level as the Aerolites (also made by Thor), which we had one of these prior to our current Cougar. We liked our Aerolite, but once we decided this rv-ing thing was to our liking, we preferred a more appointed & better insulated camper.
Hope this helps.
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