Having owned my coach for one month, I am supremely pleased. After flying from Orange County CA to Delta OH, I picked up a unit with no problems. After driving to the factory tour in Forest City IA, I still had no issues to discuss with the factory. Taking a northern route home, the road trip through the Badlands, Mt. Rushmore, etc. proved to be problem free. The most eventful night was WalMart camping in Caspar WY. In the morning it was 35 degrees, 25 mile per hour winds, felt like 23 degrees. The Winnebago furnace and plumbing worked perfectly.
I rented a 70X in Eugene OR before buying, but found the 2 rear captain's chairs just got in our way. The 70C has a great rear bathroom, but the double bed was just too small. Our 70A has a narrow RV king size bed or it can be 2 twin beds. Plus the ability to convert the front love seat into a single bed allows us to sleep 3. Having the 2 TVs is also great. Each floor plan is good, but for different needs.
I plan on starting the investigation of satellite TV systems next. I would like each TV to be able to receive a different station while in motion. I think the seminars in Quartzsite AZ will help. I also installed a Verizon mobile WiFi jetpack with 18GB this week. It can handle 15 devices at one time.
As a Coast Guard safety technician, I will use the coach for my inspections of cutters, lighthouses, etc. on the west coast. It also will be used for fly fishing, sea kayaking, and electric biking trips. I will also carry my wheel chair bound mother and mother-in-law in it.
I am 61 years old. None of the men in my family made it out of their 70s. So what was I waiting for? If you are considering a RV to see more of your children, grandchildren, and America, I say go for it!