I've had my 34 ft m/h closing in on one year. I'm 70 years young and enjoy making 100 to 300 mile trips, nothing big yet, and spending quality time with the bride and occasionally another friend or two that have m/hs.
I've had to spend some money on the unit here and there, nothing big. I put new tires on it when I purchased it from the prior owners (thanks to reading your advice). They are a Chinese brand Hercules 245 70R 19.5 and I run around 95 lbs(cold). The sticker just inside the driver side says to put 80 lbs and the tire says 110 lbs. I don't know anything about weighing each axle and doing things that are suggested in the threads.
The prior owner used Amsoil oil and filter and so I do the same thing. The unit by new standards is dated (yesterdays colors and furnishings) but the interior is in great shape. The outside is a little faded but it looks pretty good for being 17 years old. I did put a lazy boy recliner in the unit for the bride; she really likes it and so do I.
Now you know as much as I do about my motorhome. I am sometimes envious of the new, big luxury units. Mine is paid for, treats me just fine, but if someone wants to give me a new one then I'll meet you halfway.
I'm putting this out there because I'm sure there are lots of us older geezers wish they could afford the newer models but since I can't, I'm happy with my rig. I believe the important thing is to put miles on it and have fun until either it or me ain't safe anymore, then hang it up.
Hope I haven't wasted your time if you are reading this. I just got back from Myrtle Beach last week, spent four days and really had a blast.