I see responses are slow. Were I live, it is not yet Popup weather. Mine still has a foot of snow on it. I was camping this past weekend with the Scouts with overnight temps below 10 DegF. As we like to say, no mosquitoes!
I have owned a Palomono since 2001. The unit we have is an older version of the Yearling you are looking at. We especially enjoyed the layout when the children were smaller. With three kids we always had to turn the kitchen table into a bed. Having the additional lounge seating meant that my wife and I had a comfortable place to sit and read on raining evenings. In our previous trailer we were left trying to sit on the bed with no backrests. Ouch! Ours came with a three way fridge and furnace which we really enjoy. The outside stove connection means never having to cook inside. I pity T-trailer owners.
As for the trailer, it is well built with quality components (great frame, lift system, jacks, electrical, etc). I just looked at the spec's. The Yearling is reasonably lightweight and can handle lots of additional load so you do not have to worry about loading it up with all your stuff and groceries. At 250 Lbs, the hitch weight is a little on the high side because it will hit 300 with a battery and propane. Just make sure your tow vehicle can handle that.
I would definitely buy another Palomino.
Peter J, New Brunswick, Canada
2001 Palomino Pony 21
MEC Tarn2 (6 lb) - Backpacking, Canoeing