To us, it is more important to be able to get around in the moho with the slides in, not having to climb all over everything to get to the bathroom or fridge. And, if the weather is really bad, we typically leave the large slide in, so you have to be able to live in it like that for a while. We were looking for a class-A with no slides when we found our Dolphin, and since it met our requirements completely, we bought it. It has a bedroom slide on the passenger side, and a large slide on the driver's side. I have busted my noggin on the bedroom slide while walking around outside more times than I like to admit, so I wrap the corner with pipe foam. Recently, some CG's have started asking if your slides are on the same side or both sides, due to the width. We do not stay at those CG's since the sites are usually very narrow.
Bruce and Judy
Bruce & Judy, living the dream in Salida, CO!
2005 Nat'l Dolphin W22 Chassis, 2004 Jeep Liberty
"Let's Roll 'em, Let's Roll 'em!"