We very much appreciated that Scott was willing to allow us to pick up the rig on a Sunday morning and return it the following Sunday afternoon since we already had our reservation dates at the National campground where we planned to use the rig. After making those reservations (they need to be made 6 months in advance to get a site) we found out that many of the owners on RV Share either charge extra or won't do a Sunday pick up and return at all. Pros are that the motorhome was a nice size, drove well, had an awning, very user friendly kitchen arrangement with good counterspace, large U-shaped dinette, all tile floor (great for ocean location camping), and a separated toilet/sink from shower. The three main cons were that 1. it was advertised as fully loaded when in fact it was not, 2. the queen size bed in back was hard as a rock and 3. the batteries for the living space would not hold a charge all week. Items I expected would be in a fully loaded RV but weren't were: a couple of kitchen knives, silverware settings for 6 (incomplete), cereal bowls, a cutting board, mugs for coffee/tea/etc, pot holders, hangers in closet, dish towels (provided when I asked before leaving), no bath towels (I did know this ahead of time so it wasn't a problem), an operational can opener (we ended up buying one and leaving it there), a saucepan or two (there were only frying pans), a tea kettle or something to boil water in and a garbage can (we found out on return that there was one in the RV but it needed to be assembled and we didn't know what it was so just left it alone...a label would have helped). If you knew in advance that the bed was particularly hard you'd be able to bring your own mattress topper. Finally, the batteries not holding a charge meant that we had very limited use of lights...mostly had to use our own battery powered lantern inside, we needed to be turning the water pump off and on with every use and refrigerator light was always dim. My husband has worked on cars his entire adult life so is definitely knowledgeable in battery function. We would charge the batteries by running the generator until the level check showed bright green...fully charged batteries only to come back to the rig (NOTHING was left on) after several hours on the beach to find the levels check light on red...no charge. I contacted Scott about this during the week because we knew he was planning to use it for a family vacation as soon as we returned. He said he'd check the batteries when we returned. I mentioned it again upon returning the rig and instead of offering us a couple hundred bucks off the rental he just said "99.9% of people who rent this unit are using hook-ups," and that someone who'd serviced the rig had supposedly checked the batteries. I was disappointed that he made excuses rather than showing concern for our inconvenience.