Just got back from our maiden voyage in our Georgetown 364. Everything went fairly smooth, but did have a couple issues pop up. The biggest is the entry door. Seems that when it gets cold out, the door shrinks and is a pain to close. The striker bars hit the strike plate and prevent the door from closing easily. When it warms up, the door closes fine (maybe not as easily as it should, but without too much effort. The driver's side sliding window has a "rattle" to it. If I touch the window it stops. I'll take a look at this when it warms up for a temp fix until I get it into dealer. The refrigerator doors are another issue. They want to open, even with the bungee cords in place. Simple solution was a velcro strap around the handles, now there's no need for the bungee cords. The freezer doesn't seem to be a problem at all, even without the cord in place. The rig did fine through the Appalachian mountains and for the biggest part of the trip, was in 5th and 6th gear. Dropped to 4th on a couple of long uphill pulls, but ran 55mph at 3000 rpms. I am looking at installing additional sway bars, as I had an "Oh S%!t" moment when a truck pulling doubles passed me at about 80mph in the rain. I felt what I thought was a little fish tailing, because of the wet roads, my speed (64), and the side to side body roll. Got around 7.1mpg overall with mostly mountain driving and running the generator. With the exception of the few uphill climbs (5 miles of 7% grade), I ran at or just under 65mph. Had forgot about the inverter switch for the fridge on the way down and couldn't figure out why it wouldn't work off the batteries. Re-discovered once we reached our destination. The rear camera is also useless when it rains. May check out a different hood setup to keep the water drops off the lens. I do wish the bunks were a little longer, as when I come in at 3:00am I get whatever bed is open. One night it was the bunk, as wife and youngest daughter had master bedroom.
Tomorrow will be winterizing the rig again. The de-winterizing was fairly easy, so don't see a problem in winterizing. Haven't figured out how to stop the Splendide washer mid cycle to drain and re-fill as some have mentioned though. Wife did a small load to check it out, and it worked great. Looking forward to our next trip, which may not be until March, unless we can sneak away during Christmas break to somewhere warm.