And THAT can only be decided by you and your wife, of course....and a shower/toilet arrangement that suits my wife.
As Gary says, not "wrong," but to me it seems a bit short-sighted. In eleven years of owning rigs with slides I've had two problems. One was a broken shear pin, easily replaced. The other was strictly my fault: in trying to open the slide (at home), I didn't get sufficient ice off of the topper, which stuck when the slide was part way out and did it so unevenly such that it threw off the synchronization between the front and rear motors on the full wall slide (I could still retract it and extend it, but the front stuck out part of an inch). The dealer sync'ed it for me.How wrong am I not wanting slides?