Does the RV Basics seminar, prior to Convention in Perry, cover more about full time living or more on true RV operation? I have a Gas Class A that I will have had for almost a year at the time of the RV Basics course, and have had RV's of other types for 10 years at least. I am trying to decide if the RV Basics is worth the cost (and extra time I have to take off work, since I am not retiring and traveling for several months after this). I see that Escapees does a boot camp that seems to cover some of the same things, but I wonder if either is more focused on full-timing preparation. Interested in thoughts on either.