Just you need a little more room that the X offers..sadly this wasn't even the largest one there.
And because those of you that know me know I like repurposed military trailers that are turned into off-road trailers, this was the best one I found. It is an old maintenance trailer that the owner had just got and this was only his second trip with it. It was in awesome shape!
Overall the show was good, lots of goodies that were up for purchase and displays that almost pulled your wallet from your pocket...but I will say that I was a bit disappointed that of the hundred to two hundred display vehicles that were at the show there wasn't one Xterra or Frontier. That will be my feedback to them as I just received a survey.
I did see a few Xterras in the camping area and a half a dozen or so in the parking areas, so there was a presence. I even met some guys from the Virginia Xterra Club, that I didn't know existed and will have to look them up for my remaining time in DC.