Okay, so the mythical parking garage I'm going to build when I hit the SuperMegaPowerAwesomeBall is going to have a generous section for oversize vehicles. Like this Roadtrek:
Oh, sure, there'd be a larger motorhome no doubt, either a diesel pusher or a larger Class C, but one of the sleek Class B's like the RoadTrek would be an awesome road trip machine. Consider, too, that there would most likely be multiple homes involved, I could see spending quite a bit of time on the road. The size of the Class B makes it *much* easier to maneuver on the highway and even in small cities, but it still has enough comfort to stay overnight in a campground, WalMart parking lot or truck stop/rest area.
Sure, for longer exploration or week-long stays I'd want a larger motorhome with bump-out sections for the bed and couch/dinette and a lift on the back for the Harley. But to travel between the cabin in Montana and the ranch in Texas? Take the family out to California to visit their cousins and see the U.S. at the same time? I think the Class B would be just the thing. The true appeal is that it's just large enough to sleep 2-4 of us, but small enough to navigate most anywhere smaller than NYC/Boston/DC.
No worries, other options will appear as well...
That is all.