One other thing stay away from aluminum siding if possible. You will hate trying to keep the black streaks clean. Pain in the *ss to wax and i had mine get peeled away while pulling in some high winds on a camping trip. Fiberglass is the only way to fly IMHO
Actually have to disagree with this, but everyone will have an opinion on these kinds of things. Fiberglass is actually heavier, and is more difficult to repair if you need to fix something underneeth it or replace a section. BUT he is right about black streaks(they make cleaner for this), and waxing is true too. So pick the battle according which is more important.
Also, bathroom size, this is to me one of the biggest things with TT's/TH, etc. The last TT we had was 26ft, but had a walk through bathroom with the "delux" shower, it was in the corner of the walk through and huge, but the ones with pics including the cheaper one you commented that you life, have a full tub, which is a must.
I may suggest thinking about what all you will be using it for too before getting only a TT. I know we've had 2 of them, and are finally making the upgrade to a toy hauler this weekend because things have changed and we need the garage for toys to take with us. If you EVER plan on a golf cart, 4wheeler, dirt bikes, etc. make the investment now and don't pay for it later.
They all look legit especially with a big slide like that, our TH doesn't have a slide, but instead a sep. garage with double entry and wall in the rig seperating it from living quarters, so it can be open to add way more room.
The other tips given are really good ones too, actually I have this huge checklist that is in the RV section I printed, and its 12 pages of stuff to look at with the new setup.