Originally Posted by sleepyT
In your post you mentioned lack of information about the Reserve on the internet and I see this is your first post...So I have to ask have your looked at the Reserve thread on this forum.???
Thanks, I did check the reserve sub-forum, but not a lot of information there. Reviewing the internet, model specific really only returned a page with 32 complaints and a ton of online sales. On rate my camper it gives CrossRoads a 56/75, but it doesn't give details on specific models.
So specific questions that have occurred since first post.
How are the thermostats? Generically speaking, popups are garbage and "should" be replaced. Same with these?
What is the difference between reserve, reZerve, and zinger?
Originally Posted by TxCowboy
Mark gave you the good PDI guidance. As for accessories, there are probably a few you might consider (and I'm looking at the CR website for the Rezerve series).
These options are all personal choice of course and will also depend on how and where you'll be camping. Wife and I tend to camp in established RV parks (so far) so we like the creature comforts. If you're doing more boondocking, you'll need to focus a lot more on water and power management options.
Yes on PDI, def worth the review and guidance for Friday walkthrough.
I did ask on the fridge and insulation, since it is a 2015 leftover, not sure how many options can be added this late, but still waiting on dealer response.
Funny on the jack. as with everything = personal pref. My pops says "who needs em! I like mine by hand.", but I expect my wife would appreciate the power jack if she is in charge of that, I know my mom doesn't help in that area.
Same with AC, even in summer, we have always needed heat. But that assumes we stay in the mtns
My goal is to do more boon docking, but it looks like this year will be more Fed and state forest campgrounds. Many do not have hooks ups, which was another appealing part of the larger water capacity. Already researching solar options, I foresee that and battery upgrades as being needed.