If you ever contemplate buying a pop up camper, I strongly encourage you to check out the hard-sided A-Frame design ones made by companies like Aliner and Chalet. They do not have as much floor space as the canvase sided ones, but have several advantages:

*One person can erect one in under a minute and have it fully set up with stabilizers down in about 3 minutes.
* The sides and roof have insulation, making them quieter, easier to heat and AC or fan cool, and somewhat more bear-resistant than canvas ones.
* They can be "put away wet", without much concern about mold.
* The very high ceiling peak and clear/hard plexiglass windows prevent claustrophobia.

They come in a variety of sizes and configurations and offer a wide list of optinal features. I've really enjoyed mine!