poor engineering and workmanship!
My wife wanted one of these 16' retros so we bought one. the very first thing I noticed was the pretty door hiding the inverter didn't have a vent hole in it! I pointed that out to the salesman who said, ''Oh, yeah, I guess you're right...'' that was the same response I got from the shop advisor when I took it in to have a 5" hole cut in the door.
The second thing I noticed was the propane bottle rack was loose and the poorly positioned regulator had rubbed a hole all the way thru the metal skin. And that occurred only from the trip from the factory to north Texas.
I must admit the dealer did a great job replacing the whole bottom skin on the front of the Shasta. I took it upon myself to reposition the propane bottle and regulator so they won't rub anymore.
The dealer had 3 other 16' shastas on the lot and all 3 had varying degrees of damage to the front skin caused by the bottle rack/regulator/hose. What a shame.