I have one, a pop up Palomino. It goes in my 6.5 ft F150. Here’s my two cents: Overall it’s a nice camper. Like others have said, a camper for the wife and I is a place to sleep and hide out from the rain, not spend all day inside. That said, it’s cramped with both of us plus the dog. And forget about having the neighbors over for a beer or game of cards while waiting out the rain. Our bed is “north-south”, as in it goes the same direction as the pickup. This is HUGE in a truck camper, because there’s only one way to that bunk and if your bed is “east-west” somebody’s getting climbed over. It is a pain to load and unload. I’m getting decent at it, and it’s still a 30 min process, minimum. We were cheap and didn’t spring for then remote controlled electric jacks, which would probably help a lot, but I usually need 3 tries to get it lined up right for loading. This is the number one reason our next outfit will be a pull camper. We got ours with the intention of pulling a boat also... now, I’m not so sure. Weight is part of the issue, and I have a 1/2 ton so I’m about out of capacity, but the truck is handling everything fine. However, rear vision is very compromised with the camper on, and I think backing a boat would be tough. Plus, I’d be nervous on all but the best boat ramps with all that weight behind me wanting to go downhill. You can buy a camera that links to your dash screen (if you have one) that might help. I have seen one guy with a TC pull a boat out with a one-ton diesel and it didn’t look fun. It’s not a cheap camper to buy. For similar money you can have a decent pull behind. I know that sounds like a gripe fest, truth is like I said it’s an enjoyable camper for us. We just don’t use it much and I think some of that is the loading/unloading process deterring us.