OK, I Lied
I stated earlier that I didn't have any major issues with my 2103 Grey Wolf 25RB. The first camping trip after the warranty expired, the problems started.
First, the clasp that holds the drawer under the cook top close failed. The drawer slide open and the slides broke from the bouncing of the trailer down the road. Had someone replace the drawer slides with heavier versions (100 lb. vrs. 50 lb. fully extended) and installed 2 new clasps (also heavier versions), one in each corner of the drawer.
Second, Air Conditioner fan failed to circulate air. The conditioner produced cold air, but the fans failed to move. The technician found that the fan had seize. He was able to release the fan and lubricate it.
Third, the light switch over the bed blew due to the lamps got too hot. Found out from the technician that this is a common occurrence. had the switch replaced and plan to replace all the bulbs with LED versions.
And Fourth, while this was not a fault or break down, not happy with the electric awning. I would prefer the manual awning. During a rain shower, the awning filled with water and bowed under the weight. Retracted the awning and the motor strained under the amount of water pooled in the awning. Also with the slightest breeze, the awning would flap and bounce up and down. With a manual awning, I would be able to tilt the awning to have the rain run off in one direction. Also, I would have been able to lock the awning and install clamp on deflappers.