Originally Posted by Norcal Mike
Take a look a the Coach House Arriva. It has a twin bed/King layout with a rear bath and a stand alone shower stall.
Coach House deserves plaudits for the Arriva, if for no other reason, because they did some thinking outside the box. AFAIK, it's the only B that has a dry bath that is if anything, incredibly, too spacious! I would have trimmed some of the bath size to permit the beds to be longer than 74 inches which for some guys would be a deal breaker.
The whole coach lighting is LED and most important it's dimmer controllable.
The desk behind the driver seat is way cool. It requires no standpipe which for me is a big plus.
Except for the front window, all the blinds are convenient roll downs.
The twin bed arrangement is nice. Rather than hunting and grunting for supporting panels, the beds can be simply rolled to meet at the center.
Even as twins, rather than the typical Sprinter 25" twin dimension, these beds are 28" which has got to provide a more comfortable night's rest.
The dry bath, IMO, is a winner.
Big refrigerator with independent freezer door.
The spare is not underneath but held in a Continental swing out. Consequently, the coach LOA is about 25 feet.
There's no underhood generator option. Auxiliary battery capacity is limited and the inverter is only 1 kw.
Because of limited aux battery capacity the refrigerator is a propane/3 way model.
The generator is larger than typically found in a B at 3.6 k. But it's propane fueled and isn't going to run very long before depleting the propane tank.
IMO, if Coach House implemented an underhood generator with 400-600ah of AGMs and a bigger inverter, this could be a strong class B contender.