The Forest River stuff I only suggest if your super handy and ok doing your own fixes. Couple of friends bought ForestRiver popups at the beginning of COViD and they aren’t handy type of people. The trailers have spent more time at the dealer getting faulty stuff fixed vs in use or storage.
If your handy and ok fixing stuff then they are ok.
Also a chance to upgrade stuff?
Our first tent trailer was an old Bon Air, the 2nd was Coleman and our hard wall is a Forest River. Build quality was about the same for all. Which to say, not great. But, nothing that has been too bad.
Once you get to your destination, you just have to figure out where the screw that's rolling around on the floor came from, haha
Pics below are our second Tent trailer. Pretty nice as far as a tent trailer goes, cassette toilet, slide out dinette, two king beds, came with an add -a-room and a power lifting roof.