It's neat ----- just trying to picture myself using it...You don't have to have the TV. It was the revolving bit I liked about it. It also has a stereo on that revolving bit. You could have a tray on both sides, and it would still be cool.
I'm sort of meh on the idea of the pull-out. The extra space is nice, but it looks like you have to have the pull out open in order to use the bed. You couldn't jack-knife the tow rig to use it as a wind break without disconnecting the trailer first and it looks like you would have difficulty getting into the back of a truck or jeep if it were hitched and extended. I wonder how the seals will hold up over time. I also wonder about the slides that they use and how they would hold up after a few miles of washboard. I guess for certain situations the extra complexity would be worth it. I'd be interested to see how far down the foot well extends below the frame. The revolving door was a neat idea, but I'm curious how the wires are run for the TV and iPod stuff. Give a kid a minute or two and they could twist the wires apart if there wasn't some sort of stop (which it doesn't appear to have). It's neat to see another teardrop coming into the market and it does look very nice, but this one probably won't wind up in my driveway.Nobody else thinks the pull-out is a neat idea?
....jeez. Tough audience.