Originally Posted by cpaharley2008
I think the windows and inside table will have changes also....
This would not be enough incentive for me to switch to the 21v2.0 trailer. We're not even going to get the table installed.
Nor an electric awning.
I could see the benefit of awning type windows instead of sliders, but not for a $2800 US increase.
What would get me to switch is if they do something about the door locking situation. I know it hasn't happened to everyone, but it's still freaking me out big time. I do not want to worry about trying to shove my butt and all other body parts out the escape window if I'm locked in. Or take the door off the hinges if I'm locked outside. I freaked out big time over the photo someone posted about that lovely situation.
I'm thinking once that started happening, ETI took a good, hard look at what was going on and came up with something to resolve that problem in the future. It's a huge safety issue, in my mind.
(I don't know when this started happening; if it's just with newer or old trailers or what, so I could be wrong in some of my assumptions.)
Somebody mentioned some time ago that there aren't very many trailer door locks to choose from due to the curvature of the door and body frame.
So, what if the body were straight!!?!? Would this solve the problem by being able to install a better lock? Maybe even be able to install a house door lock? I'd love to have a handle with a lever on it instead of twisting a knob or pulling on that black metal piece.
Would a straight body solve the problems some doors have of sealing properly when they're new? I don't remember the ins and outs of that situation.
So, hey, we're tossing out our ideas and these are mine.