In the early days of owning our bus, I took my family to an RV Show at a local convention center. It was a fabulous opportunity to point our little details to my wife.
While standing next motorhome the same length as our bus, I asked my wife if she had a mental image of the wheel and tire size on our bus. She said she did. I told her to look at the tiny little donuts on the motorhome and asked her if those would make her feel safe. Her jaw dropped.
Later, she remarked on her own how all the cabinets seem to be cheap particle board where we had solid oak.
We found lots of printed sheets with the model's specifications. It was fun comparing our bus to each motorhomes specs for the water and holding tank sizes, storage bay space, and how close they were to their GVWR without passengers and posessions.
Not many of the units had price tags displayed, but when we came across a few, and my wife saw what they were going for, that pretty much sealed the deal. My wife was always very supportive of my purchasing our bus from day one. But a little insurance never hurts