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We are really wrestling with which option to pick regarding bedding. We've seen a lot of people opt for the twin configuration. We've read all the posts, and still haven't decided on which way to go...Looking for good, bad, etc for bedding comfort. As someone over the 200 mark, I don't know that I'd be comfortable long term in the twin bed...It was fine on the 5-10 min we laid on them at the factory, but not sure I'd get a good night's sleep. Also not sure I'd want to crawl over my spouse with the king config.... Any comments for the article below? Any comments / recommendations are MOST welcome! (thanks) http://www.trailerlife.com/rv-trailer-news/olivers-twist/ Granted, these beds aren’t very wide or long (the trailer itself is only 7 feet across and has no slideouts), so those over 200 pounds or taller than 6 feet 2 inches should probably not apply. - See more at: http://www.trailerlife.com/rv-trailer-news/olivers-twist/#sthash.EKqbUlu0.dpuf
Greetings from Colorado, Questions about the bed and table options for the Oliver: 1. On the Twin-Bed configuration, does the Lagun table "drop-down" to make a king-size bed? 2. How easy is it to remove the Lagun Table if desired? 3. Does the Lagun Table "swivel" like a hospital bed table? Can it be pushed (swiveled) out of the for a little more room? Thanks, Peter and Patty