If anyone still has a comment on my original post regarding how they chose their PC model whether by examining a motor home at the factory or by relying on the brochure and this forum I'd welcome it.
I would NOT recommend buying any motor home without first seeing one in-person. It doesn't have to be your exact model & floor plan, but at least one of the family. You'll want to touch & feel the quality (or lack of) and see how relative features suit you. In the case of the PC, the interior height and width, entry door, over-the-cab area, it's all the same between models. If you examine one model closely, you'll get a very good idea how another model will feel.
My wife and I saw our first Phoenix Cruiser at an RV show near Chicago's O'Hare airport in February 2007. It happened to be the exact model we wanted, a 2350. The show unit had a slide-out which we elected not to order. We did visit the factory, to see a no-slide dinette in a different model to validate our decision. That visit also helped us make decisions on features and colors. We do live only 160 miles from the factory which made for a nice Saturday spent together.
There are very few pictures available of a no-slide dinette which is why I posted pictures of mine ---> CLICK HERE