Thanks for the replies everyone. Getting ready to call Lippert Components to see about a replacement, before I go the dealer route (I personally hate all RV dealers I've ever met).
I did this little doozie like so: My trailer is parked on the side of the house between a fence, and my house, with maybe 6" of room between it and the gutter that runs the length of the house. This gutter is on level with the top window. While pulling out of this tight parking spot, I started to turn the wheels sooner than I should have, and the window ended up rubbing up against the gutter's lip. Here is the Einstein moment, I decided to sacrifice the gutter in order to save the camper, but as soon as I physically collapsed the alum gutter in order to releave the pressure, the gutter unexpectedly bent outwards, creating a point that shattered the glass.
Took it camping with a piece of wood in it this past weekend, and honestly it was usable, but it burns me to no end to have to look at my brand new trailer and see a busted out window... one that I busted out myself.