As Bill says, it depends on how you use it, so the best way to help is to tell how we use it.
We’ve now lived with the 130 for two years, including a three month trip, and have been happy with the results. We are big cooks, so carry lots of ingredients—-fresh produce, meats, etc. We both have a fondness for canned soda waters, so that is our key ballast—and ballast is essential to stable temperatures. We usually shop every 5-7 days, depending on what we are up to.
With a small reduction in ingredients and cold water, and a shopping trip just a bit more often, the 85 would be fine for us, but I love the 130 and the easy ability to be out for a full week.
ps. Pints of premium ice cream stay rock hard in the freezer but you need to cut them in half to fit. I have been a bit of a spectacle in many grocery store parking lots as I get out the butcher knife and cutting board and saw the little buggers in half for storage. But then, sitting 40 miles back down a gravel road in the desert and greeting the stars with a dish of Ben and Jerry’s. Dang.
Flatbed Hawk on a Norweld Tray on an F350 Supercab Gas. All 2017.