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Let me preface this by saying that I'm about 3 years out from being able to purchase and enjoy an RV. Recently I've been trying to figure out what sort of RV I would like to purchase when the time comes, and what I need to be prepared for as I start a new chapter of my life.
For some background: I am currently a single guy in my late 20s, living in a small apartment and looking for a change of pace. I have a full-time job that allows me full freedom to work remotely anywhere, so long as I have a stable internet connection on weekdays. But I hate living in Florida where I am now. It's too hot and humid, it's too crowded, and I don't care for the city I live in.
I've been talking to my grandparents. They took several summer RV trips in their own class A 15-20 years ago - sometimes with us grandkids - before cancer and some other recurring health issues caught up with them and forced them to give it all up. They keep pushing me to start working towards an RV so I can explore while I'm still young and healthy. They regret not living the lifestyle sooner, and they regret being too afraid of the what-ifs to go full time. They don't want to see me make the same mistakes by waiting too long or talking myself out of it.
I think they're right, and I want to make it happen by the time I turn 30, which is in 3 years. I'd love to just sell everything now, jump into any old RV, and see what happens. Unfortunately, I do need to get some finances in order first.
For the time being, I'm having trouble understanding what sort of RV I will need, and what my options might be. This is where I need advice.
Over the past several months I've been identifying everything I can live without (books, record collection, dvds, etc.), what is unnecessary for transitioning to an RV (furniture, small appliances), and what I can't get rid of or replace.
This is what I've identified as "necessary" items for me, either things I can't part with or things I want to have on the RV:
  • I absolutely must have a dedicated office space. I can DIY it in, since I know most RV's just don't have this sort of space from the factory. It needs to house my work laptop, my personal workstation laptop, an ultrawide monitor, and accessories. I do a lot of content creation, development, and some gaming.
  • Space for my electric guitar and practice amp. I'm guessing wardrobe or similar storage?
  • Space for my digital stage piano. It doesn't need a permanent setup, I can tuck it and the collapsible stand/bench away when not in use.
  • Decent sized fresh/grey water tanks. I plan to do plenty of boondocking, and I'd like to try to squeeze a full two weeks in when possible.
  • Adequate insulation/four season rating. I've read this is challenging to compare because it's basically just a marketing term. I want to be able to use my RV in below-freezing conditions without worrying too much.
  • Decent cargo carrying capacity. I've been absolutely shocked at some of the CCC values on the RV's I've looked at so far. Some don't even allow 1,000lbs after the fresh water tank is filled?! I'm 250lbs, my stage piano is 100lbs, and my computer equipment is another 100lbs. That doesn't leave a lot of room for actual cargo and essential items!
Some things I don't care about:
  • W/D Prep. I've been in an apartment with no in-unit laundry for four years now. Laundromats are fine.
  • Large kitchen area. I already have a tiny kitchen and I do a lot of one pot meals.
  • Room to entertain or sleep a lot of people. I'm one guy and I'm frankly a very solitary person by nature. Seating for 3-4 and 1 extra bed is more than enough inside.
  • Large bathroom. A wet bath is fine even - it just needs to be private.
My budget is...difficult. Without getting into too much detail, paying for my education during the recession was problematic. I also had the luxury of winning the lemon car lottery at the same time. The result is I have credit card debt and student loan debt. Currently this is well under control with my current finances. It's just something I will continue to have in budget for the next 10-15 years.
I figure I can take my combined rent/utilities, and split that between RV financing and lot+gas costs to sort of break even. This is $1200/mo currently, and gives me about $45k with a $5k down payment if I wanted to finance $500 a month. This would leave me $700 from the rent for lots and gas. I also currently budget $100/month in gas for my car (I drive a lot currently and my car isn't great on gas), so that gives me $800 total. I think this is enough if I'm careful about how frequently I move and/or park in traditional RV lots?
Quick and dirty breakdown, not including expenses for health/dental/vision insurance, HSA, 401K, and taxes, which are all deducted from my paycheck already:
  • RV/Truck+RV Finance - $500/mo
  • Lot & gas - $800/mo
  • Cell phone w/ 22GB hotspot (Verizon) - $80/mo
  • Satellite internet or cell hotspot - $100/mo (required redundancy for work)
  • Food - $250/mo ($50/mo more than my current budget)
  • Entertainment - $100/mo
  • Laundry - $30/mo (same as I'm currently paying @ $5/load)
  • RV & catruck insurance - $180/mo
  • Rainy Day Fund - $200/mo
  • Maintenance - $100/mo
  • Credit card/student loan - $700/mo
  • Misc monthly/yearly expenses I've forgotten - $150/mo
Total: $3190/mo
Take-home Pay: $3680/mo
I figure this ~$500/mo wiggle room is good to start out with and provides me with room in case I made any errors in estimates above, or in case there are extra repairs that need to be made early on to either the RV or the truck/toad. Afterwards, I'll probably either stash this away as savings, or use some of it to pay down my debt faster if I'm in a good spot with my regular rainy day fund.
Most of this extra space is from my current car payment and insurance ($300/mo + $150/mo), which will go away when I sell that car in 3 years (It's not usable as a toad).
With all that out of the way, Here's how I see my potential options:
Class A: These seem too expensive? Lots of luxury options around, the ones in my budget are much, much older. Possibly too old to get financing on. I'm also having trouble finding ones that are well insulated - or at least ones with enough data on them to find out the insulation ratings. When I start narrowing down to ones with decent areas to convert to an office, I'm down in the single digits on most search sites when searching nationwide. Not a good sign.
Class B/small trailers/campers: Out of the question. Simply not enough room for a dedicated office and they don't have large holding tanks for boondocking.
Class C: These seem fine on principle, but they often have the aforementioned CCC limitations, and smaller holding tanks. I have been looking at a few that had extra bunk beds in the main trailer (not the over-cab one) as a possibility for an office conversion. These aren't typically structural pieces, correct? How would I find out? The size is actually a good fit for my office space otherwise.
5th Wheel: generally cheaper, roomier, and easier to find four-seasons rated models, but I'll have to get a heavy duty truck and that gets expensive. I'm also concerned it may be too large for some national parks or boondocking spots, since basically you have to treat it like a semi. On the upside, these tend to have better CCC capacities and larger holding tanks though. I also like the idea of being able to upgrade the 5th wheel and truck independnetly, considering both will be used. One may not age as gracefully as the other.
Toy hauler: Same pros as a 5th wheel, but with a dedicated garage area I could use to convert to an office? Concerned about insulation on these though. This is the class I know the least about.
Bus conversions: Probably not? It's hard to find decent ones for cheap, and I certainly don't want to do it myself. I've also heard some RV parks don't allow them.
Anything I'm missing? I feel that, from my research so far, a 5th wheel or toy hauler sounds like the most probable option, however I am concerned about maneuverability, particularly off the beaten path.
I do plan on going to the next RV show in my area to talk to a few manufacturers and get an opportunity to see some floor plans in person. Even though I won't be buying new, I figure it'll be a good learning experience. What sort of questions should I be asking them? Any particular brands to check out?
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REDMOND, Wash., March 3, 2016 – In a new Nintendo Direct video, Nintendo revealed new games on the way for its Wii U and Nintendo 3DS systems, as well as additional details about previously announced titles. From new games in the Kirby and Paper Mario franchises to a companion game for Star Fox Zero, this is one video that can’t be missed.
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  • Star Fox Zero: Fox McCloud returns in an action-packed new adventure. Multiple paths branch out to give players plenty of places to explore, and each route gives them a completely different experience, with each battle posing its own set of unique challenges. Players will notice their skills get better and better over time, as they become top-notch pilots. In two-player mode, one player can fly the Arwing while the other player aims and shoots. The game launches April 22. The packaged version comes with a Star Fox Guard game disc at a suggested retail price of $59.99 while the digital version of the game can be purchased by itself from Nintendo eShop for $49.99.
  • Star Fox Guard: Players set up 12 cameras to find and defeat enemies who are attacking the mining site of Slippy Toad’s uncle, Grippy Toad. The game includes about 100 stages, but players can also create their own stages by editing the placement of enemies and uploading their levels online. The only way to get the physical version of Star Fox Guard is by purchasing the packaged version of Star Fox Zero. The game can also be purchased by itself from Nintendo eShop for $14.99. Customers that purchase the digital version of either Star Fox Zero or Star Fox Guard will receive a $4.99 Nintendo eShop discount toward the other game.
  • Paper Mario: Color Splash: Prism Island is being drained of its color and it’s up to Paper Mario to stop it! Use Paper Mario’s paint hammer to splash paint on anything it hits and bring the color back to the island in this new action-adventure game. The game will launch later in 2016.
  • Super Mario Maker: More than 6.2 million courses from players around the world are available for others to play, and now a free March 9 update will add a Super Expert mode to the 100-Mario Challenge. The mode is unlocked after players clear Expert mode. Super Expert Mode dishes out six extremely tough courses. Additionally, 12 new Mystery Mushroom costumes have been added to 100 Mario Challenge. The update also provides level creators with even more tools:
    • Shake a P Switch to turn it into a key. Shake a Door to turn it into a Key Door. Creators can make enemies hold keys, meaning players can’t advance without defeating mandatory bosses.
    • Shake a Coin to turn it into a Pink Coin. Players must collect them all to make a key appear.
    • Shake a Thwomp to turn it into a massive Skewer column from Super Mario World.
    • Additionally, the Super Mario Maker Bookmark site will see additions such as ranking categories for world records and the number of first clears on courses, inspiring new ways to experience the main game.
  • Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games: The Wii U version of the game launches on June 24 and includes two events new to the series: Rugby Sevens and Rhythmic Gymnastics Clubs. Every event in the game takes place in locales modeled after the actual venues in Rio.
  • Splatoon: The hit multiplayer game is getting more updates. An update on March 8 balances some gear abilities to improve some of the lesser-used ones and make them more appealing. Additional tweaks to matchmaking, Ranked Battles and Splatfests aim to improve the overall user experience. Another update arrives in two waves, with the first coming in April. It will adjust some existing weapons and add new weapon set recommendations as “Sheldon’s Picks.”
  • Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE: Slay monsters—and slay like a pop star—all at the same time, in this brand-new RPG from acclaimed developer Atlus. A sinister force from another dimension has invaded modern-day Tokyo, resulting in a fantastical barrage of style, fashion, music and, of course, danger. So play to your strengths in high-energy turn-based battles, then fuse items to craft powerful weapons and crush your foes. Around every corner you’ll find fan-service—including Fire Emblem references—original songs by Japanese entertainment giant Avex, dungeons themed after the entertainment industry and eye-catching music performances. The one-of-a-kind game launches June 24.
  • LOST REAVERS: BANDAI NAMCO’s latest free-to-play online co-op action game asks players to team up with other adventurers online to fight zombies and solve puzzles as they search for valuable treasure. As players complete missions, characters will level up, unlock additional skills and increase their in-game funds to acquire new weapons. An open beta version is launching April 14 with the full version coming to Wii U on April 28.
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  • Kirby: Planet Robobot: Invaders have mechanized Dream Land. To restore his home to its original form, Kirby must use their technology against them with the new Robobot Armor. The Robobot Armor can even destroy a variety of obstacles in his way. The Team Kirby Clash mode lets up to four players join forces to battle against powerful bosses. Players select one of four roles, and participate in a co-op quest to defeat a boss while supporting their team. Completing a quest earns experience points to level-up and grow more powerful. The game is compatible with a large variety of amiibo figures, and some give Kirby character-specific abilities. A new series of Kirby amiibo figures that includes Kirby, King Dedede, Meta Knight and Waddle Dee gives Kirby attributes specific to each character. Tapping the Kirby figure is the only way to get the UFO ability. The game and new amiibo figures launch June 10.
  • Metroid Prime: Federation Force: This next chapter in the Metroid Prime series is a first-person adventure fused with puzzle solving, focused on shooting and co-op gameplay. Players take on missions that tell the story of the battle between the Galactic Federation’s elite Federation Force unit and the Space Pirates. Each player must select and carry specific sub-weapons based on their preferred roles, then proceed to complete each mission. The game will launch in late spring.
  • Rhythm Heaven Megamix: The game offers more than 100 rhythm games, 30 of which are new to the series. An additional 70 have been selected from previous games in the series, including the original Game Boy Advance title, which was never released in North America. The game launches later this year.
  • Monster Hunter Generations: The newest installment in the popular Monster Hunter action RPG series from Capcom is making its way to the West. The game will feature a special collaboration armor set based on Marth from the Fire Emblem series. Anyone who plays Monster Hunter Generations on Nintendo 3DS with Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate save data present on it will receive bonus content in the new game. As a special promotion, Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate is being offered at a special price of $19.99 in Nintendo eShop for 48 hours, starting today at 3 p.m. PT. The game will launch this summer.
  • Disney Art Academy: Discover your inner artist to capture the stunning visuals of over 80 Disney and Pixar characters. With advice and lessons inspired by Disney art and Pixar animations, learn to use a bundle of different drawing tools to create Elsa and Olaf from Disney Frozen, characters from Disney Inside Out, Mickey Mouse and more! Even share your creations with your friends! Disney Art Academy launches May 13.
  • Hyrule Warriors Legends: The game launches March 25, at which point players can buy a season pass to get access to four DLC packs and a bonus costume for Ganondorf. These packs will also be available for purchase individually in Nintendo eShop during the next few months. A transfer code will allow purchasers who also own Hyrule Warriors for Wii U to use Ganondorf’s Trident weapon and play as the five new characters from Hyrule Warriors Legends in the Wii U game. Medli from The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker will be available as a free download when the first DLC pack is released.
  • Bravely Second: End Layer: A free demo of the game hits Nintendo eShop on March 10. Best Buy Gamers Club Unlocked members will receive a unique 16-digit code to access the demo early on March 7. Playing the demo will earn play bonuses that players can transfer into the full version of the game when it launches on April 15.
  • Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past: Travel to the past to save the present in this classic Dragon Quest adventure that has been completely remade from the ground up for Nintendo 3DS. The world has been rebuilt, the characters have new 3D models and the story has been completely re-localized. Even customize your party with over 30 classes and rank up in turn-based battles to learn new spells and abilities. The game launches later in 2016.
  • Fire Emblem Fates: Revelation: This third path in the story reveals many secrets not available in the Birthright or Conquest versions. On March 10, players can purchase Revelation for $19.99. Once purchased, a third option will appear at the Branch of Fate moment of the game: “Refuse to Choose a Side.” Today two new maps (Museum Melee and Ghostly Gold) are being released for purchase in the Dragon’s Gate in-game DLC shop, with Royal Royale launching on March 17. After March 17, additional maps will be released on a weekly basis through April 21.
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  • Virtual Console Update: Super NES games are coming to New Nintendo 3DS and New Nintendo 3DS XL systems. At the conclusion of today’s Nintendo Direct, Super Mario World, F-Zero and* Pilotwings* will be available, mirroring the original Super NES launch lineup. On March 24, Donkey Kong Country, Super Mario Kart and EarthBound will join the lineup. And on April 14, watch for The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, Super Metroid and Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy’s Quest. The New Nintendo 3DS hardware enables Perfect Pixel Mode in these versions, which gives players the option to display the games in their original resolution. Find a full listing of Virtual Console titles at Nintendo.com.
  • Azure Striker Gunvolt 2: Gunvolt’s rival Copen joins the fray as a playable character. Players can dash into enemies to lock on to them, then unleash a devastating homing shot. Copen can also copy the abilities of all seven new boss characters and use them as his own. The game launches this summer. In the meantime, the original Azure Striker Gunvolt game is available for $9.99, now through June 1.
  • Pocket Card Jockey: Solitaire meets horse racing – really! Game Freak’s new mashup puts players in the saddle as a jockey who must complete a fast-paced, simplified version of solitaire to propel the horse through intense races. It’s all about leveling up the horse through strategic positioning and placement on the track. Over time, players can win trophies for high-ranking races to secure sponsors. The game launches in May.
  • Mini Mario and Friends amiibo Challenge: This free game can be found in Nintendo eShop on Wii U and Nintendo 3DS. Tap an amiibo figure on the Wii U GamePad controller or New Nintendo 3DS system (or to a Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo 3DS XL or Nintendo 2DS system using the Nintendo 3DS NFC ReadeWriter accessory) to guide one of 11 minis across more than 60 levels. Players can tap any compatible amiibo figure. Or, by tapping specific amiibo figures, players can guide minis that have exclusive level sets or their own unique abilities, like mini Mario’s wall jump or mini Yoshi, who can eat enemies. Starting March 25, the game will be available at select retailers as a bonus download code with the purchase of any Nintendo amiibo figure. It will also be available to download for free from Nintendo eShop on April 28.
  • Isabelle amiibo Figure: In June, Isabelle will be available separate from the Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival bundle, in her winter outfit. A new Isabelle figure featuring her summer outfit is also coming. Both figures launch on June 10.
  • amiibo Cards: Series 4 of the Animal Crossing amiibo cards launch on June 10.
Remember that Wii U and Nintendo 3DS feature parental controls that let adults manage the content their children can access. For more information about this and other features, visit http://www.nintendo.com/wiiu or http://www.nintendo.com/3ds.
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