Some good fifth-wheel and toy hauler recreational vehicle manufacturers as of 2015 include Dutchman, Forest River and Keystone RV. These manufacturers offer products in both the toy hauler and fifth-wheel RV categories that are highly rated by both professional reviewers and owners.
The primary difference between a fifth-wheel RV and Class A, B, or C motor home is that fifth-wheel RVs must be towed behind a vehicle, most commonly a pickup truck modified with a suitable fifth-wheel towing apparatus. Toy haulers comprise a subset of fifth-wheel trailers that give up some amount of interior living space for room to haul a motorcycle, all-terrain vehicle or personal watercraft. However, most toy haulers still include some amount of living space as in a traditional RV as opposed to simple trailers intended only for vehicle hauling.
Some toy haulers have different compartments for the space intended for hauling vehicles and the living space, while toy haulers such as the 2015 Forest River Vengeance have less clear demarcation between the living space and the vehicle space. It is common for manufacturers of fifth-wheels and toy haulers to offer several different floor plans for the living space within the same basic model. Different floor plans also allow purchasers to customize the amount of interior space dedicated to vehicles versus the amount used for living space.