I know this is not your question but I want to say I am extremely happy that I built on the RB platform. I have plenty of "organized" room including a stand up shower and a removeable portable air conditioner. Yet-every time I slip into a standard parking space I am amazed that I am no longer than the other cars even with aluminess bumpers. The shorter turning radius than stock and a back up camera make that part easy. You'll make the right choice either way for you.
Have Fun, RD
Its all about the departure angle. The EB has the disadvantage in this respect. Several folks on the board have scraped the rear as they come out of or begin an approach that is steep. This is the main thing you need to consider if your doing a lot of off road. Other than that the EB is very similar to the RB.
Yeah, departure angle is important if you're beginning a very step hill from level ground, but if I scrape the hitch in some dirt I don't care. What I DO care about is switchbacks and tight turns. And sometimes you just have to turn around on a narrow road and go back. That's why I got an RB. Plus, I travel with way less 'stuff' than anyone here and have no kids or dogs, and only sometimes a passenger.