Curious to hear how that works out. I have looked at some of those 'all inclusive' rigs in the past as well. They're not cheap - at least the ones I was looking at are as much as a good hotel room per night - but with everything included, it makes "get off the plane -> go hunt" much closer to reality.I decided to rent a vehicle from Titus Adventure Company out of Denver, specifically their Tacoma. The standard hertz rental did fine for my 2017 antelope hunt but I am guessing that the roads where I'm hunting could be worse so I wanted to rent a vehicle that I wouldnt have any coverage issues going off paved surfaces. It comes with a bunch of stuff I probably won't use (rooftop tent, kitchen gear, camping gear, etc.) but otherwise should do the job. So if anyone happens to see a white and orange tacoma in Wyoming mid October with a big ol' rooftop tent, I'm probably not too far away walking around scratching my head wondering what the heck i'm doing.
Outside of hunting, it looks like a good setup. If all goes well, might give it a try for a non-hunting trip with my wife and not have to worry about traveling with all that stuff.
I travel quite a bit for work, so have 'status' with National and Enterprise. I've tried to fenangle something useful out of them, but even if they have something offroadish in stock (I have lucked up and gotten a fully-loaded 4Runner TRD before on a business trip), they can't guarantee it will be there when I get there. Complete luck of the draw.