ROTFLMAO! That's EXACTLY what happened to us! There were three trailers sitting side by side, a 30 and 31 Classic, and this 34 Limited. We walked through the 34 first and my wife fell in love with it. She walked through the other two, pointing out in each the things they didn't have the 34 did.
Neither of us liked the bath being split across the hallway and the loss of half the wardrobe (compared to the 31 and 34) of the 30 to get a dinette. I thought the 31 would work and we could eat off the fold-out table, but she informed me she WOULD have a dinette across from the galley for additional counterspace, even if it meant splitting the bath and giving up my half of the wardrobe.
The 34 also had the Limited package with the beautiful hickory wood and brass trim throughout, and goodies like 40 lb tanks, black tank flush, and electric stabilizers. It was a leftover 2001 70th Anniversary model, just as they were to be getting their first '03 models, so we got an awesome deal on it, and I didn't have any excuse not to buy it.
We'd seen so many Airstreamers who'd eventually traded up to the 34', sometimes through several models, that we decided to skip all that and get the trailer we'd keep for the rest of our lives.
We have very similar trucks, and the 7.3L PSD pulls it just fine, especially with the Hensley hitch.
Shop around. Also don't pass up lightly used '01-later (Alcoa coating) models.