We had been looking at RVs for a long time, focusing mostly on class B versions. Class B RVs are on van chassis and stay within the van footprint, as a result the Class B RVs are very manageable compared to their larger siblings. Most Class B can be driven in cities, parked in normal spots, and genarraly fit into tighter situations than you would ever consider for a much larger Class A or Class C (when most people think of RVs they are usually envisioning Class A or C).
We decided on a 2017 Winnebago Travato. We chose the 59g floorplan and waited for the 2017 1/2 models to come out with their few nice mid-year improvements.