It's a box on wheels with stuff inside of it.
Find a floor plan and features you like that is within the weight range of your tow vehicle and buy it. A good deal of the "it's bad" stuff you'll hear on here is simple snobbery. Sorry, but that's the way I see it.
Not everybody is retired, has all the free time in the world, and $200K to spend on an RV. A lot of us work long hours, get the thing out 4 weekends a year if we're lucky, and don't want to spend more than $25K new for a camper. A lot of us also don't have a 2012 F450 to pull it with either....and to get the space we want, we select a "lite" trailer. Will that have the build quality of a top-of-the-line unit? Probably not. Will it meet our needs for the next 2 decades until we do retire (God willing)? Probably.
There you have it. Buy the unit you like and don't worry about anyone else's opinion of it. There's a butt for every seat, and a seat for every butt.