There are some very good options in modular homes. However I have two cautions for you.
1. If you don't plan to stay in the home "forever", you need to consider resale value. I won't get in to whether it is right or wrong, but many buyers won't consider a modular home, period. (This may not apply in warmer climates, but in central Pa, it is definately a consideration!)
2. Watch out for high pressure sales and overstated benefits. Be sure this is what you really want, not just something you got talked into. Do some very careful research to be sure that you are getting real value. By the time you buy a lot, pay for permits and get the utilities hooked up, put in the foundation and contract to have the home assembled you may find that you are paying more than you would have spent on an existing or newly built "stick built" home.
OPPS, I have a third caution: Talk to a lender (DON'T USE THE ONE THE SALES PEOPLE SUGGEST WITHOUT GETTING A SECOND OPINION) and an insurer to confirm that your interest rate and insurance premiums are comparable to traditional housing. A 1/4 higher interest rate over 30 years can erase any savings you might have made on the purchase.
It's like anything else, there are good and bad providers of any product or service. Shop well and then have a ball with the construction process. It can be lots of fun! Good Luck.
(is your question real, or clever marketing? I just had to ask.)
Eileen's Green Team at Gateway