There are numerous posts on this forum concerning using a vehicle OTHER than what I recommend in the Vanabode book (you have a copy correct?), with details showing why each are inferior (and why the better gas mileage is not worth it in most cases).
Look under the http://forums.vanabode.com/?forum=321105 category and also on this road trip camping vehicle choices.
adelpit you ask about height issues. If you have the Vanabode book then you have a good coverage of this subject remembering especially that HEIGHT doesn't matter much if you don't go places that it is a problem (like big city parking garages, low hanging trees, short drive through pickup windows, etc. So if you will mainly do camping in the forest and Walmart parking lots GET THE TALL ONE if you can afford it as the room will be NICE! We spend so much time Stealth Camping in big cities, neighborhoods, and places like Vegas and San Francisco that we were willing to give up the room for the freedom to travel to these places and still do it super cheap - see traveling big American cities on $20 a day (food, gas and lodging) for hundreds of pictures and examples. Sweet architecture in Atlantic City, but there was not much else there for us. Even just PARKING at the casinos was mandatory valet at $30+ dollars a day (valet means we can't spend the night in our Vanabode making this a no go)
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