We went from a 40 ft. 5th wheel to our Synergy TT24 and yes, it still is an adjustment.
You have to be more selective about what you take and how much you take. I don't mind it being smaller because it is more economical to drive and I can use the automotive diesel pumps instead of the trucker pumps. I'm still trying to figure out how to pack for trips but I am getting there. Everything is more compact so I haveto be more creative in my approach but it can be done. Be sure to load the motorhome like you would for a trip and have an alignment done. Mine was out of alignment from the get-go. You already know about warranty repairs so try to get those done ASAP. Mine had leaks that should have never made it off the Thor property but the dealer did a good job of fixing things.
I really like driving this thing and I hope to use it a lot in the years to come. We put over 15k miles last year and got 14.5 mpg (headwinds) to 18 mpg (flatlands) at around 62 mph. Keep track of your your weight too as there are limitations compared to your DP.
Get out and enjoy your new ride and it's great to see another Synergy owner!
Ed and Robin
2016 Thor Synergy TT24
Ed & Robin Lively
with Nina, Kitt, and Mickey
2016 Thor Synergy TT24 (a.k.a "Ming")