The more I read on this and other forums, I have come to the conclusion that our RVs are all leaving the factory with serious flaws. Some dealers make the effort to iron these out before handing us the keys and some do not. To be fair, about half of the defects we found only by using the rig. Frustrating, yes. Can manufacturers do better, yes. Do we want to pay 30% more to not have these issues, not really. If somebody came up with a way to build RVs the way we build cars, there could be actual specifications, quality control and lot more automation to manufacturing. Then our expectations would be met. Until then, we buy raw materials, spend 2 years working out the flaws and then either enjoy them or sell them and start all over again.
2012 GMC 3500 Duramax Crew Cab, SuperGlide 20k
2014 Cedar Creek 36B4, LP Onan, Level-Up, Trail-Air pin, electric fridge