Leo and Kathy
If you are referring to the pull out pantry next to the fridge with the metal baskets... that feature once you have it, you can't live without.
The DW has it loaded to the gills with compartments for everything organized. Just slide it out and "you" can see everything you are looking for. As opposed to the normal cabinet where you dig and dig and dig and dig some more for that 1 item in the back.
I must admit the spot welds used by those who makes them for Sunline are not the greatest. I have cracked a few and since then I have put a nylon cable tie wrap at each corner to span the weld area and no have no more issues since. That was 2 years ago now.
I also redid the hinges on the door so it will open a full 100 ish degrees. It use to be made to sort of snap close. I do not know if it was intended to snap close or not, but I made it go the full open and stay there. More convenient. It as all in the mounting of the hinges.
Only bad issues I had was we forgot to lock it closed "once". Noting broke, but a few things fell out as it was hanging out when we arrived at camp. Now we check every time that it is locked. This is not as bad as driving off with the TV antenna up but a close runner up.
You will have no issues with the sliding pantry.
Good luck in your decision.
Current Sunlines: 2004 T310SR, 2004 T1950, 2004 T2475, 2007 T2499, 2004 T317SR
Prior Sunlines: 2004 T2499 - Fern Blue
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