I agree with Kirk- a class A is actually easier to drive, but with the different perspective it takes a short time to get used to it. You have a better view, better mirrors, don't have to compensate for the difference in height and (especially) width between different parts of the rig, and have greater carrying capacity and better tank capacity, both fresh water and sewage. You also don't have the front over-cab section that is so often subject to leaking to a greater degree than most other parts or than a class A.
In addition, with a bit of practice, you'll actually have better awareness of what is all around you than you can do in a class C.
Add in that it may have a better turning radius than the same length of class C and, in most cases, better awareness of your rear end, and it will fit in the same places as the same length of class C, plus you'll have more living space and storage space (inside and outside) than in a C.
Granted that it seems a bit more intimidating at first than a class C, but a short learning period will yield many benefits and change that perspective (at least for most folks).
But, it's your money and your life...