Dry van (dry box). Its good for my parents. It's a 2017 Volvo VNL780 with a Detroit D13 / Eeaton-Fuller 13 speed transmission high range gear split(top of the line model) and a Great Dane 53' Dry Van.
I can tell that electronics have taken over just as with anything else. Took me a few hours to get use to it. How things have changed.
I've ran dry vans, tankers, flatbeds and lowboys for heavy equipment during the construction boom in Atlanta some years ago.
I prefer the Kenworth T600 (older/ish-school) It's quite a bit smaller with a shorter wheel-base, much tighter turning radius, lighter platform but just as heavy duty... larger more powerful engine. Typically equipped with a Cat C15 and an ef10-18 speed transmission (hi end split variant).
It's a bit more conservative of a platform. Smaller living quarters with the same interior accessories. Bottom bed / table / top bunk, fridge, tube TV (back then) and microwave. Standard stuff. These days it's the microwave and newer style flatscreens (which I like those lol) I never use the bottom bunks. Again... I'm a pretty lightweight guy so I suppose I can get away with it.
I like the older engine brakes, and control methods vs this new stuff. My personal preference. To each is their own.