We do like the Vegas, and will more, when it is finally repaired. I have made a few mods to the coach, such as adding piano hinges to the under twin-bed compartment covers. I also discovered, when checking under the curb-side twin bed for plumbing leaks, a large area at the water tank that can be used for additional storage. I took the large panel cover, cut it in half, and added a piano hinge to half of it, and made the other half stationary, so it is now accessible storage. Making this area accessible also allows easier access to the low-point drains for the water tank. I added straps to the 3 tables, which are stored behind the couch. The straps make it much easier to pull the heavy tables up from the storage bay. I am also trying to buy from Thor, smaller matching tables, that will be easier to set up than the big, double pedestal table in front of the couch. The Vegas/Axis coach is much simpler, and hopefully less expensive to own and operate than the larger high-end coach we had previously. It handles much better, due to a lower center-of-gravity, gets better gas mileage, and pulls our towed car quite well. We will get better quality mattresses, tho, the original ones aren't too bad. The new models of Vegas/Axis have different configurations, but we like our coach pretty well.