Sorry, originally posted this as a comment, meant to post it as a reply...!!
Hi Darrell, I guess my recommendation depends on how much you like German caravans. My wife and I recently bought our first caravan, and our main requirements, was there had to be a seperate bedroom area for our one year old, where we could shut the door and he could sleep. After nearly buying a couple of second hand Lunars and an Avondale, and losing a small deposit on the way, we eventually settled for a German TEC 535TK. This has a seperate rear bedroom with two fixed bunks and a small single diner that turns into a third bunk. There is a sliding door to close off this area and a kitchen, washroom and double dinette at the front.
Actually, it was my wife who chose the caravan, she had done no research, had no preconceptions and no agenda. She looked around a load of caravans, liked the Lunar, but chose the TEC. when I asked her why, she said it had more light than any of the others, it was better built and she thought it would be more practical to live in and keep clean. I was a bit worried, as I had done my research, about the door being on the wrong side etc.,but in the end it is better not to argue with She who must be obeyed.
The TEC does not come with either an oven or a 12V battery, but does have an internal water tank. Also it has a gas heater, but I got this swapped for a gas/electric model at no charge. It also has an external hatch to access the underbunk storage area, which I think I will turn into a wet locker.
The caravan cost me