I feel your frustration. I agree for the price things should have been flawless. However, that's not the case even with a million dollar bus. Trust me I would still have my Blue Bird had it not caught on fire due to the refrigerator. It was completely destroyed and I was so devastated I won't get another bus as a result. I'm trying to keep it simple from here on.
Some of the issues you listed are easy fixes: lights flashing adding resistors fixed that problem. Rubber hood latches were probably due to customers trying to open the hood with them latched and there stretched out. I replaced my for the same reason all is fine. The wife and I both discovered the patterns didn't match on material as you did and I did say something about it. I have had to align a few cabinet doors latches and magnets. Had to have the front windshield sealed for a leak. My hope is that like most other coaches I've owned, I can get the little bugs worked out and all will be well. I've owned a bunch over the past 30 years, this is the first TT.
My hope is that the structure will hold up and not fall apart given the conditions of the interstate system these days (some better than others)if it falls apart then .... well I won't get into that. You might look at it this way, we may have a collectable
and you don't lose anything if you don't sell it!
As far as owning something that's going up and down the road there are going to be repairs needed from time to time things give out with use, but I'm with you ... out of the gate they need to be right. Personally I would fire whomever makes their furniture, BTW I did meet the owner and told him his furniture sucked ... should have seen the faces in the room
As for FR they have been very helpful in getting any and all issues addressed to this point and the head of warranty Brian is a fabulous and valuable guy to FR. I'm pulling this unit a lot I'll be the first to let everyone know as I go how its holding up. I do most all the repairs myself, I don't want the dealer touching it. Why would I have someone less qualified than me to work on it ... unless its major and needs to go back to the factory. Good luck with yours Bob.