Hello Cobra7: Welcome to Air Forums. The new models have several interior floor plans with pluses and minuses of each. Most folks recommend you visit the dealer with the model and layout you might like and then just sit in the thing a pretend you are fixing dinner, or loading items in the fridge, or you are taking a shower, getting ready in the morning, pretend you are getting up in the middle of the night to go, pretend you are making the bed, pretend you are loading the compartments with items you figure you will take traveling with you. Spend at least an hour doing this so you are convinced the trailer will suit your needs for the long run.
Folks here debate a particular model and layout all the time. What works for some is less desirable for others for various reasons.
I will say the 25' trailers are very popular. It is a rather ideal size. Pretty easy to handle, yet pretty roomy for a long vacation. We're retired and like our twin beds; comfortable and pretty easy to make.
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