I love mine!! The storage and livability is what sold me on the floor plan. The front pass through storage is so large I had to put the non-skid stuff in there to keep my tubs from sliding around.
I don't like the placement of the tv because I can't see it when I'm sitting on the dinette. I might try to move it to the wall above the dinette seat but I need to investigate if there is a place to anchor it.
I dislike accordion night shades so will be replacing them with mini blinds but that's just a personal preference on my part.
The tongue weight is light for the length of the trailer so I am getting a little sway while towing but I just try to load as much as I can on the bed for traveling and then put it away when I get to the campsite. I also emptied most of the fresh water tank since that sits at the very back. There is no bed lift kit so its hard for me to use the under bed storage. I bought a kit but I realized a little late that its a two person job so I'll wait until I have some help to finish it up. Its also a little hard to get in and out of bed due to the size of the pass through storage under the front (sticks out under the shirt closets so while its nice to have a "nightstand" it makes it difficult to crawl into bed.)
The mattress that came with the trailer was awful but I had a full size mattress in my old trailer that I transferred over when I bought this one. Its a little smaller than the stock short queen, but since its just me, it works fine. Unfortunately, I don't think even a 5" memory foam topper would help the stock mattress.
Having the kitchen in the rear instead of in the middle makes the trailer feel bigger than it is. You do give up having a bigger bathroom, but I would rather have the open feel.
The fit and finish is good and I haven't found any huge problems. Just a few minor issues that haven't kept me from using it until I can get them fixed.
I looked at a few Jayco trailers but the first new one I looked at already had a delaminating front cap and the second one I looked at had multiple fit and finish issues like window valances attached crooked, trim falling off, screws that are barely screwed into wood which ended up splitting the wood, etc. I also looked at the Surveyor (not the rear kitchen model) but there was NO counter space in the kitchen.
I got a good deal in February on a leftover 2014 and don't regret my purchase at all. Like I said its just me, but I think it would work great for a couple and maybe little kids.
If you have any specific questions about the unit please ask! I'm happy to help!
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