This is a great little fiberglass "egg," one of the lightest of all "enclosed" RVs, with a creative, thoughtful, and convenient design that includes two tables, a shelf/pocket above the door for binoculars and caps, a queen bed (a real bonus), inside flush toilet and shower (though never used), full-height corner to hang up a small bit of clothing, 21 linear feet of surrounding cupboard space (plus two compartments in the bathroom), and the convenience of automatic water flow and flip-of-the-thermostat furnace. The two roof vents (including a powered one with in/out venting) make it easy to air the trailer out when it's been shut up for any length of time or cooling off in the evening). Inside and outside lighting and outlets are intuitively placed.
I like everything about this little trailer--perfect for one or two people who want to get away for a night or two (though my non-camping wife thinks it's too small for two adults. It isn't!).
There are two minor irritations: the small refrigerator has no freezer compartment (can't carry ice cream to the campground) and the smoke detector goes off with the slightest bit of inside cooking smoke. And if maintaining contact with the manufacturer is important to you, you will be frustrated trying to contact Chandler Palethorpe (the designer and manufacturer); he finds it difficult to return phone calls (at his own admission, he needs a business manager). However, the unit is of high quality materials so manufacturing issues are negligible. I've used my local RV dealer for minor fix-its.
I did a lot of research before purchasing a light-weight trailer. I looked at many brands, styles, and designs, and this was "the best of the best" as far as I could discover. It has been ideal for me, but I'm not using it as much as I thought I would. I'm hoping to find a new home for it where it can be used with the kind of regularity that it was built for.