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  1. From what Anita told me, the mattress is latex and comes in two pieces so access to the hatches will be easier. However, you can’t convert bed into dinette, has to be in bed mode full time which is what we want. We were able to try one out on our tour, very comfortable.
  2. Option we settled on are: Standard FP mattress along with Hypervent matting, Midnight Decor package, Ultrafabric upgrade, Powered awning, Black cabinet doors, no microwave (storage box instead) standard water heater, outdoor pro package and the Natures Head toilet. I will be installing the solar power system using Victron components with Renogy panels, micro-air easy start, plus a few other goodies.
  3. I’m with you guy, we will be picking up an LE1 March 25. Did the factory tour about 2weeks ago with Anita and camped at Fall Creek Falls, TN in our Tab 320. About a 3 hour drive to Hoenwald but worth it.
  4. I can still see the starting prices on their website. Still the same.
  5. Ok, that last post cinched it for me, I’m going with the standard water heater. Lower cost, easier/cheaper to repair, can run on gas and electric, fairly quick heat up time. Sounds good to me.
  6. Thanks! That’s a big help. Guess I will be mounting my charge controllers under rear dinette seat. Think there’s room for an inverter in there as well?
  7. I feel your pain. We put a deposit down as well and keep waffling back and forth on a couple of options. We however plan on Boondocking. Deciding on the powered awning and Truma water heater is especially difficult as I tend to align with the “keep it simple, stupid” group, LOL. Anyway, I will be closely following this thread. Keep the opinions coming.
  8. Does anyone have photos of the under seat areas of the Elite I. I don’t have mine yet, but I’m starting to gather components such as solar charge controller, for future installation and would like to see how much space is available under the various seats.
  9. Thanks to all, we really appreciate the warm welcome! It is amazing how time seems to zip by. We currently are trying to figure out which weekend to travel to Hohenwald, TN for the Oliver factory tour. Its about a 7 hour drive for us so completely doable on a long weekend. We did have an opportunity about 2 months ago to visit with an Oliver owner a few miles down the road to check out his Elite II and I must say it exceeded our expectations. Once we get the Oliver and start our next adventure, our focus will be to boondock as much as possible as we head out west. I've been read
  10. Hello all! My wife and I recently put a deposit down on an Oliver Elite I with a future deliver date around May of 2021. I know, that's a long way off, but that will put us much closer to my retirement and will keep the Oliver at 2020 pricing. We currently have a Nucamp Tab 320 which is serving us well but anticipate needing a little more room as we plan on traveling across country from our home in Navarre, FL to visit our son in Seattle, WA. Anyway, thanks to all for the useful information we have gathered thus far from this forum and look forward to new posts. Chris & Merrilee
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