I finally cast my vote. We have several problems which will require dealer attention. Many of them, I could do myself. A couple are more serious. I don't want to be a skunk at a garden party here, so before listing them I will say that we like our Sunseeker. I feel there are too many defects though. Some are by component suppliers.
-Dream dinette table lock needs to be repositioned to keep table fully up.
-Dinette base needs to be moved slightly to allow table to seat into the bed position.
-Dinette top only attached to wall end of the support with 3 screws. They work loose.
-The poly bases of the outdoor storage compartments: At 3 doors, most of the screws that were supposed to go into the body sidewall, missed. The screws were below the body, so the sides of the compartment bases/floors were unsupported. It looks like there is a dimensional mismatch between the supplier's poly base and the body, causing the installer to miss the body when driving screws. But the installer should have noticed. I had to use a jack to push the bases up so that the flanges were high enough to catch the body with the screws.
-Bath door striker not able to latch at full depth. Door keeps popping open during travel.
-Fuse box door pops open if you even look at it.
-FW fill tube runs up, then down. You can't fill directly from the fill port. You have to run a bare-ended hose about 2' into the tube.
-Genset switch seems to have a mind of its own. Its light comes on and a relay or the starter starts chattering at the genset. Push the stop side of the switch and it stops.
-Battery cover/step gasket not applied right, not sealing. It's not even close, the installer was very shoddy, the gasket missed two corners by about 3 inches, just running across open air instead. It could have moved but I don't think so.
-Entry door binding on a black plastic wedge near the top, flexing the top of the door away from being able to seal.
-Can see light around bottom of entry door.
-A piece of corner trim is loose (interior).
-Ladder mount flanges are bent/warped/torqued by screws driven at angles during install. Leaving gaps to catch water.
That's it for now, but even today I've added to the list. The entry door concerns me the most. The others are small stuff I could fix myself.
The range vent flap is tough to lock and unlock. Maybe it will get easier or I'll get the hang of it. Even though it locks tight, it rattles, a lot, in the wind going down the road. I've actually taken the screen off the inside of the hood while the wife was driving, and verified it was the flap. I will pick up a piece of the right size pipe insulation to stick into the vent cover to keep it quiet.