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Old 01-21-2014, 08:36 PM   #21
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and there you have it, ETI is constantly improving it products. I was so impressed that they now insulate the door and now with the new 5.0TA will also have better insulation underneath. I'm not aware of any manufacturer who listens to the customers as ETI, does...
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Old 01-21-2014, 08:39 PM   #22
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and there you have it, ETI is constantly improving it products. I was so impressed that they now insulate the door and now with the new 5.0TA will also have better insulation underneath. I'm not aware of any manufacturer who listens to the customers as ETI, does...
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Old 01-21-2014, 10:34 PM   #24
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I've been a fan of ETI before the first all molded towable came off the line. Reace and Tammy ASKED people what they would like... and they listened! Some things folks want either aren't possible or wouldn't make good sense, dollar wise, for a manufacturer.

The ONLY thing I've heard that they won't do (again) was to put an all stainless steel backsplash in the kitchen area. Did it once, took too much time (window!). Not again, not an option... forgetta aboutit. But, great customer experiences down the line....
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For those comtemplating the purchase of a 5.0, Jim's assumptions are unfounded. Infact there are advantages to the 5.0's sleeping loft that standard pull behind trailers owners do not enjoy.
I quite agree. If it were not for the fact of giving up the convenience of an SUV, I would be joining your ranks. And who knows, into the future, we may just find a way to make it work. Not a one of the OPs original concerns is one of mine at all. I think it is a great product, and love the design.
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Old 01-22-2014, 07:29 PM   #27
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Hello All,

Just so we are not left out....the new Escape 5.0TA will come standard with 1-1/2" styrofoam in the bed area to help reduce the cold in the bed area.
Hadn't noticed the bed area being cold personally, but what a great idea for people who don't own a toasty warm duvet :-) thanks, Tammy and Reace.
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