Every time I buy a new trailer, I end up rebuilding things.
They delivered our unit on Thursday night. First thing....remove the decals on the front and rear fiberglass caps as well as other unwanted/un-needed stickers. The Slide-out 30a fuse under the trailer tongue was blown. Install new four-way hitch. Bought a small hitch receiver at Home Depot to mount on the side of the trailer tongue to store the damn heavy hitch while parked. Added Barker 24" electric tongue Jack. Then the valance near the entry door in the bedroom would not allow the closet door to open. We ripped out all the staples and removed the cloth and batting. Cut it down about 2 inches in the band saw, then 3m 77 the put the batting back on and re-stapled the cloth and re-mounted. Now the door opens almost all the way.
The front storage compartment is.....well...not user friendly. I am going to make two compartments by opening a "hatch" into the bedroom under the bed. The under-bed storage lid in the last two trailers were very short and difficult to operate, especially once we add the weight of additional bedding like the "dead weight" memory foam topper. Our new trailer is the same as the last two. We bought a 5 foot wide piece of 1/2" plywood which will hinge at the front of the trailer and lift the bed up exposing both the under-bed storage, and the new hatch into the large compartment. I am also adding 80# lifts to support the additional weight.