Ah, the Blue Ridge, was on it for a few days with the install of the Harris BroadBand Comm Center (probably replaced by something newer by now). Anyway, both Heartland and Redwood have the same parent company, Thor. And from what I've seen on the Montana forum (another Thor product) it looks like Thor is making some changes so that there will be less different between their Higher end units, plus there are a lot of folks Full Timing in Montanas also, which can offer a good bang for the buck. We traded in a Montana for our RW as we felt it was a step up and RW offered some features we couldn't get in a Montana. We have the RL and "Long time in it, like 9 to 10 months of the year) and chose it over the RE as the park we winter in, we're up against the back fence looking out into a pasture and love the large rear window. That 55 inch TV in the RE is BIG, but we prefer our rear window. I think that the Redwood is just a little above the Heartland, but not positive. Ordering site unseen of either unit might be a bit risky, we made several trips to look at the RWs before we sat down to order. Best of luck no matter which way you go.
2011 Chevy K3500HD LT, ext cab, DRW, D/A pulling a 2012 Redwood RW36RL, full body paint, dual ACs, dual awnings, 4 door fridge, fireplace, sleep number bed, auto leveling, auto sat dish, combo w/d, disk brakes, 17.5" "H" tires, Mor/ryde IS, Tri-Glide pin box, Onan 5.5K Genny.
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