What everyone else has said is true. I do not know your timetable, but go to an RV show and look at all the different models. Go there with an idea of what size you can comfortably pull, not what size you can pull. Decide which ones you like, write the make and model number down or grab a brochure of the ones you like. DO NOT BUY at an RV show because you can still get the RV show price or better when you go to the dealer. If you do not want or cannot afford a new one this may still give you an idea of what used models to look for. I buy new because I tend to keep things for awhile and am not that mechanically inclined. Even so, I at least can see all the different features and upgrades that have occurred over the years. I also suggest to not buy the first edition of any model.