Here are updates to my 2401WS:
Picked my unit up in October 2015 and the first thing I did before leaving the lot was duct-tape a Ziploc bag around the curt controller. Thanks to everyone talking about it here on the forum. Didn't bother mentioning it to the dealer because I knew what would happen, nothing.
Progressive Industries EMS-HW30C installed in night stand next to bed (thanks for the idea Kysunseekermbs)
Sumo springs front and rear
Cut open access to area behind TV for extra storage. Have the entertainment center option with the large cap.
Ran Optical cable from the Jensen JWM6A to the 42" TV for surround sound
Refurbished Roku for TV
Dimmer switch for dinette lights
LED light for range hood (thanks Backdoctor)
Extenda stay hose for propane
Screen door guard and screen door bar/handle.
Maxxfan deluxe for bedroom
Moved bedroom maxxfan into bathroom
Roof mounted solar panels 160W and 100W panels
1500W inverter hard wired into the breaker with second transfer switch, remote on/off switch at convenience center above fridge
Oxygenics Shower head
Sunscreens for cab Windows
Easy curtain for blackout of cab Windows.Easy Living Industries
Removed the Velcro buttons from stock curtain and replaced with Silver Grey Hinged screw Snap-Caps
Added 2 shelves to back cubby in wardrobe
Also had a few issues:
Mercedes issue had a transmission cooling pipe leaking, fixed under warranty
Screws missing in slide bracket , fixed under warranty
Minor leak coming from under the wardrobe due to gaps in calking on outside of slide molding, fixed under warranty
Leak in front cap that came through the visor, same as many others have reported. Had it in to the shop four times before we finally figured out the issue. To help troubleshoot I ended up removing all the plastic molding and visor molding to examine inside the cap easier, also bought a scope camera to thoroughly look around in there.
1st attempt the shop touched up the calk around the cap and sealed around the clearance lights. Still water entering the cap. 2nd time into the shop was the first pressure test and it only showed one clearance light had a slight leak. They sealed that and also touched up the dicor at the end of gutters. I still had water coming into the cap when it rained. 3rd time in the pressure test showed no leaks they were still baffled and re-calked a few areas around the cap and gutters. Water still coming in the cap not much but any amount is too much. The fourth time into the shop they gathered a few techs and we went over all the scenarios. The one area I always questioned ended up being the culprit. My unit does not have gutters up front so the water runs right down the outside of the cap. It comes down hugging the side with such force or suction that it defies gravity and wraps around to the cab window. There some kind of molding or spacer there that was letting water in. Attached is a photo of that area. When the shop took off the molding there was a gap at the front corner that opened to the interior of the cap letting water in. They calked the gap and along that molding section on both sides of the coach. I still have one piece of molding off so I can monitor for any leaks DW hates it but I need my piece of mind. The plan is to have front gutters put on this fall, hopefully under warranty.
I must say even though this was a pain and a hassle the shop (not who I bought from) was very accommodating compared to other experiences I have read on this forum.