I have been to the Houston RV Show for a couple years now. Although it is a disappointment on not enough Vendor Reps, there is a fairly good variety of the different types of RVs. I was disappointed that the high end Winnebago's were not present, only the Class C's. I wonder if that is a symptom of the times. Holiday World Of Houston is now a Fleetwood dealer and they opted to have that line there instead of the Class A Winnebago, like the Tour, or Journey.
I am just amazed at the "dance floor" space that is in the living area. Just seems like a lot of wasted space once those slide are extended. Also, it seems that every MH has ONE item that I would like to have in a MH, but none of them combine the items as the user would like them. I was walking around with other admirers of MH's and we all had the same consensus. Get a bunch of RV'ers together and let them design a MH. One example would be the television n the living area. You are either cranking your nect to view it over the windshield, or you are cranking your neck sitting on one of the couches to view it mid coach. I only saw one coach that had Euro Chairs that could be unlatched and moved for convenience, but them you would block the "dance floor."
Every one has their own idea of what they want. I'm going to have to stick to what I have for two reasons. Can't afford a new one, and I'm relatively happy with what I have. Of course, DW would like a Prevost, but she can't afford one of those either. She just thinks they are pretty on the outside.
Oh! And one of the Newmar's (Mountain Aire) was $715,000+. I'm sorry, but I didn't see where all that cost was.
Wayne MSGT USMC (Ret) & Earlene (CinCHouse)
2008 Winnebago Destination 39W
It is what it is, and then it is what you make of it.