Light travel trailer which sleeps flour with a flushable toilet, indoor shower, outdoor shower, two bunk beds, four person dinnette which folds out into an RV-queen bed, two burner stove, water heater, kitchen sink, microwave, air-conditioner, heater, electric/propane refrigerator, solar electricity, and plenty of cabinet space for clothing, food, utensils, etc including custom drawers that were added to make that cabinet space more usable.
I also include all the gear to camp properly in the trailer including a propane tank, 30 amp power cord, adapters for 15/20 amp and 50 amp connections, water hoses, water filter, sewer hoses, jack stands, stabilizer pads, hitch with sway bar, and a bottle jack. However, you will need to bring your own sheets, blankets, and pillows for the 2 RV-twin and 1 RV-queen beds as well as your own pots, pans, plates, cups, utensils, etc. There is plenty of storage for all of that in the cabinets and custom drawers.
In the closet is a solar meter with a 4-outlet car charger with USB to charge your devices even when you are dry camping. The solar also helps to ensure the battery stays charged while you are travelling.
The wheels on the unit have been upgraded from the original 13" to new 15" wheels and tires to add stability & height and reduce the chance of a blowout when you are travelling long distances across the hot desert highways. There is a full size spare just in case one does anyway though.
It does not include a TV, but there are cable hookups and an antenna so that you could bring your own and plug it in if you have electrical hookups where you are staying. There is a built-in radio and speakers which run without electrical hookups.
It is recommended that your vehicle have at least 3,000 lb tow capacity to pull this 2,400 lb travel trailer. Your vehicle must have a brake controller with 7-way hookup to safely tow this trailer.