Well, I just picked up my unit from Funtown in Cleburne, TX. I have to say the folks there were friendly and good to work with. I brought the unit in with small laundry list of items. Here's what they did and looked at.
Reinforced my lazy Suzan floor
Fixed some drawer glides
Replaced the stove vent
Reattached the backside of my dinette to the wall with thicker longer screws.
Added a screw to the dinette legs where they go into the floor.
Fixed the curtain attachments on each window.
I'd asked them to address the grey leak when completely full. Apparently it's a small pipe into a larger opening on the top side of the grey and when super full it'll purge a little up around the smaller pipe. It was a very small amount and I saw it only once when so full the kitchen sink was filling up, so..... I'll buy that.
Could not duplicate my converter issue since I replaced the 40amp fuses before I dropped it off. Must've been user error(reversed polarity when hooking up the batt), or some other random thing.
I mentioned some play In the front stab jacks. Apparently just a function of the stabs ability to come down unevenly on uneven surfaces. They do work as they should once down, so again.....ok
Lastly, the skirting around the "fender" on the slide side seems to stick out in the wind. No way to really reinforce it unfortunately. Just bad engineering.
Overall, I'm happy. Fixed what was broken, and explained the rest to me. Also, had it ready when they said they would. The only negative about the experience was the mud on my inside switches, and caked on the tires. Also the tape residue on the front I had to scrub off from whatever paperwork was taped on the trailer.
'16 2500HD Dmax