Oh that's right - I should have mentioned those. I think they only made them a couple of years (late 90's). When I first got wind of them, I was all, "Oh perfect, Chinook build plus side door!" But as it turned out, I didn't like what they did with the interior at all (for me). It was essentially all designed around the desire for a permanent double bed in one rear corner. In exchange for that, you gave up a couch, an interior water tank (it was mounted under the coach instead), some propane capacity, galley size, etc. Also the bathroom door faced the main living area instead of a hallway. There was basically only a small dinette for daytime space ('course you could lounge on the bed too).
I would have really liked it if it had the usual layout, but just the forward club chair was given up (but could swivel passenger seat instead), and then the bathroom at the rear could be bigger (where the door is now), with perhaps some additional rear storage (inside or out). The way they did it just felt so inefficient to me (and I don't really care about a permanent double bed anyway in such a small rig). Probably someone's cup of tea though