I have owned a RV. My advice BEFORE you buy is to learn all you can. Watch U-Tube videos. Some good ones are "Keep Your Daydream" and "Long Long Honeymoon". The vast majority of RV's are cheaply made and require ongoing maintenance. Also, after you buy the RV, you need to buy additional equipment. You'll learn about what equipment by watching those videos I mentioned. Especially the ones for "Newbies". Most RVs don't come with owner's manuals. Before you take delivery of a new RV, make sure you have a thorough, detailed orientation to by the seller. Then there's the tow vehicle to consider. Your tow vehicle must be rated to tow the weight of the RV and any equipment you load into it. Make sure you understand this. It's important. Many, many people love RVing. Just educate yourself, BEFORE you buy.