Well today the dear wife and I traded in our beloved 2009 Crossroads Seville VF35CK on a 2015 Trilogy 38RE. The floorplans are quite similar, but with some very important tweaks. Stairs opposite side of the entry door, washer dryer closet beside master bed, and of course the residential fridge were our main focus points. We are currently camping in the back yard, since we have to work till Thursday before our first real trip. Overall we are quite happy with the Trilogy, but it is certainly not without its faults.
When we did the PDI at the dealer (we set the pace, so as fast or slow as we wanted. No pressure) everything worked at that time, and all our questions were answered. Now that we are home, almost 2 hours away, we do have some issues:
1. Both the bedroom closet doors fell off on the way home. The screws ripped right out of the wood. Pretty flimsy way to mount such heavy doors. I doubt we will try to remount them. Probably look at alternatives.
1a. The wood paneling in the front closet on both side walls was buckled/bulged out. I honestly don't know if that was a recent development or not. I was able to pop it back into place, but I don't think it will stay. I am rather surprised there is that much movement there. I was expecting a much more "solid" coach.
2. The porch light, scare light, and hallway step lights no longer work. Not sure what is happening there. Fuses and breakers are all good, maybe tomorrow I will see if I can get access to the back of the switches and see how the wiring looks.
3. The front living room ceiling fan works, but either the rear does not, or is it on a separate switch we have not found?
4. Where are the low point drains? I see where the lines come out, but the valves must be tucked away somewhere....
Truck sits nice and level, and I'm just squeaking by on the rear axle weight as per our local DOT. Our lab Atticus approves.