I don't mean to be a Debbie Downer, but I do worry though. To me, RVs are a lagging indicator of how the economy is doing. I'm reminded of the North Dakota oil field boom where rv.net has posting almost weekly about people wanting to take what rigs they have and get them ready for the harsh winters, only to have that entire industry go flat.
On one hand, I like the fact that the RV industry is booming. On the other hand, I worry that a boom just may cause a bust that might last for a longer time. It wasn't that long ago when RV.net had postings about a Chinese company that was trying to buy up Winnebago to shut it down and use its factories for assembling stuff stateside too bulky to ship.