I also received a copy of the heating and cooling tests accomplished by Dynamax. I challenged it when I had my pipes freeze up the day after delivery of my Trilogy. I was told the units were sold in Canada and didn't have freezing issues. Hmm... I live in Oklahoma and mine froze up. Plumbing was exposed to the elements (ice maker plumbing can be seen on the road side without insulation), water pump was bolted to the I-beam on the frame, transferring the cold right to the pump.
Heat wise in Oklahoma, most summers are typically above 105 degrees F and two ACs just can't keep up, regardless of the AC fan speed, using the vents or dumping the air down. I had a third AC installed at the factory. This summer it was up to 110 outside and I was able to maintain about 82 inside. Far better than the first summer of not less than 90 degrees in the Trilogy.
I realize the RV is not a house. However... I would prefer they just do 2x4 construction in the exterior walls and roof. I can give up that space so more insulation can be added. I can trade cargo weight for comfort...
2014 Dynamax Trilogy 3850RL - South Hampton Interior, Full Body Paint (Black / Silver / White), MOR/ryde Independent Suspension, MOR/ryde Disc Brakes, ONAN 5500 Generator, Progressive Industries HW50C w/Dual Display, Winegard HD Dish w/DirecTV, Washer & Dryer, iSprings 7-stage Reverse Osmosis Water Filter, Trail-Air Flex Air Pin Box, Third AC installed, AC Voltage/Amp Meters, DC Amp Meter.
Retired USAF - Full Timers!