Oh wow. Two different trailers really. One fairly traditional, one the latest and greatest. One of the things I would consider is storage space. Look at closet sizes. Are you week ends only or are you one who stays out for a while? Look at sitting space, work counter space in the kitchen. Where do you put the TV?
We ended up trading from a Safari to a Classic. The Safari was the first trailer we ever owned without a fixed dinette. We thought we wouldn't miss it.....we did. We got the twin beds. My wife thought that for the first time I wouldn't steal her covers....as it ended up the curved mattresses drove her crazy. We have the big center bath in the Classic. We gave up the double closet that we had in the Safari. We miss the double closet.
So look closely past the shiny and the new and think about the practical aspects that may become apparent after you spend some time in your new trailer.
'04 Classic 30' S.O.,'03 GMC Savana 2500,'14 Honda CTX 700