I don't know anything from direct user experience, but when I did a brief review
of the Class Bs at the Houston RV show last year, I was not impressed with Regency's fit and finish (I didn't have time to inspect the mechanicals, given the setting).
Regency appears to be painting conventional RV graphics on this new model you mention... that will not be good for future resale value. Who makes these design decisions?! The trend is toward greater sophistication and relative stealth, or at least preserving the integrity of the van's original automobile-like appearance. The trend is NOT back toward "Grandma-mobile" swoopie-doopie styling, making it look more like a $16,000 plywood box trailer instead.