All the very best to you Funsters for 2010...hopeit's a great year for you all. :thumb::thumb: I'm hoping some fulltimers (or those that have "been there, done that") can shed their pearls of wisdom on an issue I'm stuck with. Can't figure out whether to get an A Class or B Class for some fulltiming we want to do in Europe. We're hoping the house here in Canada will sell soon and then it's off to the USA to buy a rig, tour for 6 months and then ship it to the UK for registration. After that we intend touring Europe for a couple of years (pulling a toad on an A-frame). We'd pretty much decided on a Winnebago Vista 26P (the 27' one with 2-slides) or a Winnebago Sightseer 29R, a 30' also with two slides. Was leaning heavily toward the 26P because of it only being 27' long but standard configuration only sleeps 3 so wouldn't be able to have any visitors (maybe that's a good excuse :Wink http://www.winnebagoind.com/products/winnebago/2009/vista/index.php But Chris (G2EWS) and others have got me thinking about a Coachmen Concord 300TS (Triple Slide). http://coachmenrv.com/products/model/?ProductID=4&SeriesID=11&Product=Class%20C%20Motorhomes&Series=Concord One glaring difference between the Coachmen B Class and Winnie 29R is the exterior storage (41 cubic feet vs 77 cubic feet). The other obvious differences are that the Concord is 7"9" wide and 10'3" high versus the Winnie's 8'5" wide and 12'3" height. I know Dazzer sold his Concord because he didn't like the kitchen configuration but, that aside, which vehicle do you Funsters think would better suit a couple fulltiming in Europe for a few years (and then selling it in the UK)?