Bed is awkward to navigate past at night (due in part to low level heating convector). User payload is less than older models (transferring equipment from a Senator S5 Louisianna put us over MTPLM when S5 was under)
Externally the front isn't great, and could be vastly improved with some different mouldings. Internally its superb.
Very (so far). Mattress on fixed bed is very comfortable.
It's a big old van. Noseweight is awkward to get right if you are limited by the towcar - we have very little stored under the front bunks and in the front external storage. Towing with a late model Hyundai Santa Fe (2012)5 seat auto is easy and relaxed.
Only time will tell regarding water ingress, but it should be better than a conventional construction caravan. The main issue we found through searching online prior to purchase was with the shower / tray leaking. Ours appears to be very well sealed and does not leak. Whether this is now attended to at the factory or was done on PDI by the dealer I do not know.
Primarily we use it as a two birth van, so it is super roomy, even with two labradors.
Not yet (we've only owned it a month) although we are considering a second battery and solar charging installation to remove the requirement for carrying a generator for long "off grid" holidays
Previous purchases have made me wary of main dealers. Prior to agreeing the deal we took our part exchange for inspection so there were no hidden surprises. I was still prepared for a battle on collection but this was not the case, everything went smoothly, the hand over was good and we were given space to park the two vans side by side and transfer our belongings.