My wife and I picked up our trailer 2 weeks ago and took our first trip last week. We live in the Lake Tahoe area and drove to Green River Lakes, Wyoming for a 5 day camp out. The last leg of the trip was a single lane 53 mile washboard/pot hole dusty dirt road to the camp ground. Wasn't to enjoyable but felt it would be a good test for the integrity of the trailer. Two things; a nut on the floor (turned out to be from the internal bracket brace that holds the outside roof clamps, second was one of the plastic screws that holds the stovetop glass broke (glass was intact). I had already converted the single Group 24 battery to (2) 6 Volts and had no issues with maintaining power (measured 12.4 volts on day 5). Found the outside grill relatively useless, due to low heat output, however everything else worked as designed and we were pleased.
Spent a fair amount of time reading others experiences on the forum and learned some valuable tips.