Well...had it for two days
So far, so good. Have a few small issues that popped up after playing with it for a day or so. The second power fan is hanging on the trim somehow...nothing I can't fix. The counter top managed to come unglued at the very end (I kind of helped it along while I was messing with the extension)...nothing a little construction adhesive wont fix, in fact I may never notice it if I don't fix it. And, one corner of the dinette slide trim is hanging on the floor right as it fully extends. That one I'm not so sure about. It MAY crack eventually, but it's in a position that we almost didn't notice. I think I'll just watch it and see what happens. Nothing that is going to make me haul it back to the dealer.
Now...I'm not sure if it's me or the different stabilizer jacks. My 2104S had electrics that lowered both sides at the same time. This one has four individual power stabs. Even though it's about 12 feet longer than the last one, it's MUCH more stable that the shorter trailer...I would have guessed the other way. I probably won't use my stand jacks in the middle like I used to.
Next up...put my 6V's on and wire my HW50C in and I should be ready to go.
2012 Chevy Tahoe LTZ - HD tow package
2017 Rockwood 2703WS Emerald Edition