I just came back from my first trip in my 189FBR. Stayed 6 nights in Independence, MO while I worked in Liberty, MO. Just over 700 miles of towing up & back. First impressions: The trailer towed great. I have a 600/6000 lb E2 WDH on it. Probably overkill for this trailer, but in the storms yesterday, the trailer tracked very well. I have a twin bed size sleeping area where the queen bed was in the front. The twin size was fine, but when I slept on my side, my face was against the front of the trailer. Think I'm going to do a small mod to make it a full size sleeping area so I can get further away from the wall. The bunk cabinet above the bed needs to be cut way back. It will never be used as a bunk and having a bit more open area above my head will make sleeping more pleasant. I made a narrower table for the dinette (easier than making me narrower), but even with that, sitting at the dinette watching TV at night was like sitting at a desk. Need to come up with a more comfortable seating area (can always use TV trays to eat on). The bathroom needs some changing. The toilet was fine for #1 (no #2 in there for us), but the shower is pretty much unusable - it's just too small for my ample figure. I did learn that one must be careful with water pressure - when I first connected to the park's water, I had very little pressure inside. The toilet flushed and the faucets were just a bit more than a trickle. I figured out that I needed to raise the handle on the park's faucet. I did, and what a difference! First flush and the rinse water shot out of the toilet and all over my leg. Lid down for flushing after that! All in all, for a mobile motel room, I was very happy with the adventure, and looking forward to the next one. Here are some pics from this trip. (The Airstream is the "when I grow up" trailer.