New RVs arrive at the Lazydays lot in Tampa every week. The RV Experts are pumped to test out the $350,000 Forest River Dynamax Grand Sport at Sunday's Tampa Bay Buccaneers football game. The 42-foot coach is a supreme tailgating machine. Equipped with 4 TVs and surround sound, full bar, VIP room, exterior gas grill and 22 feet of leather seating, the Dynamax is more like a "tractor trailer on steroids". In Tucson, newly engaged couple Ryan Winkle and Ericka Varela meet up with Lazydays RV Expert Mike Sloan to see what they can get in their $100,000 budget. Ryan is looking for a smaller, easy to drive RV but Ericka is pushing for a larger interior with high-end details. First, Mike shows them a Class A 36-foot Winnebago Journey for $93,000. Ericka loves the queen sized bed and huge shower. Ryan isn't impressed with the beige, dated interior and thought the Class A was too big. Leaning more towards what Ryan wants, Mike takes them to see the smaller Class B 20-foot Roadtrek Popular also priced at $93,000. Ryan loves the size but fails to convince Ericka that the B Class has everything they need. The couple can't seem to agree on what type of RV works best and may end up calling it quits on buying an RV. But Mike has one more option he thinks they might be willing to compromise on. The Hudson family spends a lot of time in their trailer taking their oldest daughter to equestrian events she competes in every weekend. Parents Chris and Jill are looking to trade in their old camper and upgrade to something with more space that fits within their $35,000 budget. The Hudson family is paired up with Lazydays RV Expert Tracy "Bama" Elliott. Jill is adamant about finding an RV with a bathroom sink separated from the toilet/shower area and Chris really wants an outdoor kitchen. Bama takes the Hudson family to see the $29,300 Keystone Laredo. The family is impressed with the interior design and the swivel TV feature but Jill isn't happy about the unit not having a separate bathroom sink. Chris gets really excited when Bama shows him the outdoor kitchen. Jill wants to see other options so they look at the Forest River Wildwood priced at $26,000. This trailer has a larger master bedroom and a separate room with two bunk beds for the girls. When Jill asks about a separate bathroom, Bama tells them there is a floor plan available that has that option - but the catch is that it wouldn't come with the outdoor kitchen Chris really wanted. It's game time and the Tampa LazyDays sales team rollout the Dynamax Grand Sport on the grounds of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers stadium and give fans the ultimate tailgating experience. In Tucson, Ryan and Ericka find the perfect compromise in the Class C, $87,000 Four Winds Chateau Kodiak. Chris gets outvoted and the Hudson family chooses the Forest River Wildwood layout that has the separate bathroom sink but not the outdoor kitchen.