Sent a list of complaints to the FR Customer Relations email. Received a reply the next day from Mel Williams, Owner Relations Manager, and took he responsibility for the issues and lack of responses. So the list is below and how they will be addresses after Travis Bird contacted me and too apologized for the lack of previous attention. Over all not perfect, but I will be satisfied even though I will do the majority of the repairs myself given there are no dealers in this area I trust to do the work right.
Front decal under drivers window that is pealing. A new one to be sent to me and I will install
Rear Bumper, that I be allowed to take it to an Auto Body shop to have the bumper removed and painted correctly. Local dealer just painted over the bubbling paint. FR will pay.
Refrigerator, the correct length front panel will be sent and I will install. The dealer fixed three times and it still falls down so half inch of back is exposed. FR confirmed panels were originally cut too short.
Front window shade, unit as installed looses it’s memory at random. New shade will be sent
Headlights, FR now admits the 2015 and previous years lights are poor brightness. They will send and I will exchange with new Siveraldo headlights which are a direct replacement.
Windshield. Glass is de-laminating. New one will be sent and installed by a real Windshield installer.
Tires and wheels, Cannot get them balanced. Three tries. FR says I must work through Goodyear. I am to keep track of me costs and they will work to share in the costs, but no guarantee.
Air-conditioning, in the forums many have stated that the newer Atwood units are being exchanged for the Dometic. FR admits the one AC unit is borderline on the DS30 if temps are too hot. New Atwood units are really no better and are really only 15K units. So I may just change the generator to a larger one, change the in coming power cord to a 50 AMP and add a second AC unit.
So my suggestion is to contact FR and work through the issues you may have. I was surprised at the willingness to finally get resolution.