I don't think there's a way to search for converted-SOB owners through the Forums' search feature, but you will probably get some responses through this thread.
We used to have a small motor home before we decided to sell it and buy an Airstream. For us it was definitely a good move, as we did not tow a car with us (it was a REALLY small motor home)...so we were marooned in campgrounds with no wheels unless we wanted to pull up stakes to go buy a loaf of bread. Being able to disconnect the trailer and take off is a huge benefit for us.
Also, not having to maintain an engine in our RV is great. We maintain the truck engine. Period. Our truck is now also our everyday vehicle, so it has worked out even better for us. Before getting the AS we had 2 vehicles and a motor home..and only 2 drivers. We had lots more $$ our the door for insurance and registration, too.
A lot depends on how big of a motor home you are used to. If it is large, you will probably find you have less storage in a trailer. For us that was not an issue.
You will have to get used to a different type of set-up...unhitching and hitching...but that is minor in my head.
Towing will be different than driving a motorhome, but again, I think that's a wash.
If you have specific questions, you might post them and see what folks hae to say...
Good luck with your decision-making!
TB & Greg and Abbey Schnauzer
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