We are on our shakedown trip. Mpg was 7.5 for over half the trip with gusty winds. Then rose to 7.9 by the time we filled up at about 200 miles calm. That's per my scan gauge.
Did handle well in the wind.
I did notice on my scan gauge that the TFT transmission temperature runs hotter than my 2003 Ford E-350 with the 4R100. 180-200 Winnebago and 204-212 for the 5R110 in my Forester.
The refridgerator is 0 in the freezer and 39-41in the fridge. Not at all like my Norcold.
We backed into our campsite and I began to setup the Bigfoot levelers. I first put down 3 one inch lego type squares under the rear leveler feet. Per the instructions in the manual and by my salesman at PDI, I turn on POWER and red light came on. I then waited a few seconds then pushed the START button and the levelers extended. The fronts were fine per my level and only the rears needed to be extended. They automatically extended and raised up the front and reARS a lot. I pushed the Retract button and then the two front buttons. They retracted all the way up. I was still over extended on the rears, so I tried to retract them a little and they were bouncing. My DW said there was fluid on the passenger side read leveler foot plate. We still were not level but I then paniced and pushed the RETRACT all button and they all retracted. I called the dealer and they said it could be a few things. I opted not to use it until they see what's going on. I recall reading that some say they don't use the START button as it causes them to over extend and causes problems. I can see it lifting all the wheels off the ground, luckily not this time. The dealer's tech said I should have used more lego blocks almost up to the foot to shorten the throw. Will do that next time.