Just took our 335BHS out for it's first trip - had the same problem with the clips in both the hallway and the bedroom. Removed one of the bedroom clips when it hooked onto my shorts, ripped that one right out of the wall. I decided to use a screwdriver to remove the other bedroom one... I crushed the two clips on the hallway curtains flat to the wall. Otherwise the shakedown trip went well, no real issues except the "LEGEND" tv decided to turn itself off and back on a few times while my son and I were trying to watch the Stanley Cup Finals (Go Bruins!) - pretty annoying. It was in the mid 80's, and the single A/C kept the coach at a comfortable 74 degrees. The pantry is awesome - and referring to one of my first posts when researching this coach - I DID have my fishing poles in the pantry!
I also added a twist-on waste valve (link
) so I could equalize the gray tanks - we were on an electric-only site and didn't use the shower, so I wanted to have 70g of gray capacity for the sinks. Simple mod - just twist on the new waste valve (and keep it closed), then leave both gray valves open and the tanks will equalize giving a full 70g capacity. When it's time to dump, hook up the dump hose, close both gray valves, open the new valve - then dump the black tank followed by the grays. Worked like a champ!
We received a lot of compliments on the 335BHS - people loved the outdoor kitchen (except for the 'that's not camping' comment).
Rig: 2011 F350 CC SB FX4 diesel, aka The Tow Beast
Summer House: 2013 Prime Time Crusader 335BHS