Well, we did it! After looking through hundreds of trailers in KY, OH, and IN, we finally found the exact match, with all the little amenities we were interested in. And of all the places, right in our own back yard. Couch's RV center in Hamilton, where we had met Jeff Couch some time earlier during our search. Jeff was interested in the Internet and after showing us all the new trailers he had, the conversation had moved over to computers and the Internet. Not having found a trailer that, as my wife Laura often said, "Talked to us", we moved on to other dealers around the tri-states in our ever widening search for that perfect vehicle. Upon our return we again perused the new items, with Bryan, Jeff's chief salesman, and then on almost a whim he offered to show us a new trade-in he had just received. I will admit that upon approach, my first impression was less then favorable, but once inside it did seem to talk to us. Built by Forest River , who are better known by their previous name of Cobra, this 1995 Corsica is 31 feet long and equipped with all the amenities we will ever want. As we stepped through the door, I first noticed a new chair to my left next to the TV stand, with its sales tag still hanging from the top cushion. Above the chair was a built in stereo system, with side speakers. To the outside of the speakers were two cabinets. The doors to the cabinets were a designer glass. This theme would follow throughout the trailer, with all the panels accounted for. Moving toward the rear of the trailer, on the left just behind the chair is the refrigerator and top freezer followed by the stove, which turned out to be a 4 burner stove instead of the traditional three burner type. A microwave oven with built-in turntable hangs above the stove. The kitchen takes up the entire rear of the trailer, a double porcelain sink covered by two thick oak covers, and surrounded by oak cabinets The dining room table is slightly longer then average, and made of solid oak. We preferred the oak chairs rather then the benches seen in many trailers. It does require one to tie them down before trailering where as benches are usually bolted down. This occupies half of the 14 foot superslide.