I have taken mine out about 6 times from when I bought her the first of the year, including one 1000 mile round trip to the TAC rally at Stone Mountain. I learn something new each trip. So far the lessons have not been too costly or painful. I am even getting better and a little more self confident at backing. About the only thing I really have to keep an eye on is the drain/trip pan for the air conditioner. With the very high humidity we have been having it will fill up and not drain fast enough to keep up. Trick seems to be to let it run for a couple of hours and then turn it off for a while and then the drain can empty.
WBCCI 10656 Southeastern Camping Unit
Associate European Unit
2006 Safari LS 23 ft
Formerly 1964 Bambi II
"I got a fever and the only prescription is more cowbell"