We have a 2008 Safari SE 20, virtually the same as a 2009 Flying Cloud except for the nameplate and different pattern flooring. We purchased our AS last summer and at the time were actually very interested in the Safari 22 Sport. After looking at the Sport, and discussing price with the salesman, we wandered around the dealership display area while our salesman was discussing our offer with the sales manager. We noticed the Safari SE 20, which we had never seen before, and stepped inside for a look see. The first thing that I noticed was that this was the model depicted in the 2008 Safari brochure. It has an amazingly large galley, and photographs quite well. It also has the wrap around front window. One of the things we liked about the Sport was the rear bathroom which actually is quite spacious. The Safari SE 20's bathroom area is about the same size and plenty large for my wife and I and we are not petite. When the salesman appeared again we informed him that we were also interested in the Safari SE 20, perhaps more so than the Sport. His response was that the Safari SE 20 was more expensive. At the time and at that dealership the MRSP for the Sport as configured was 38,500 and the Safari SE 20 was 54,000. I can assure you that I did not pay that much for it, and probably could have bought the Sport for about 31,000. I think when you compare both units, the Safari SE 20 (with the SE package) and in general is just "more for the money". I'm not sure where you got the idea that the door affects the refrigerator function. We have had no problems with our refrigerator and we are in Arizona. Whatever you decide, welcome to the Airstream family and enjoy your new Airstream trailer. This site offers much info and if you need more info to help you with your decision feel free to ask as many questions as you deem necessary.