I have a 2014 that I took delivery in June 2013, so I have a season and half on mine. We are set up seasonally, basically we live in it May - October, commuting to work. I pull it home in the fall, back to camp in the spring. I have had occasion to pull it back to the dealer twice, it does tow nicely. (2013 Chevy 2500 HD)
It is an ultralight, so everything is, light. Read that as prone to breaking. Careful with the window cranks, easy to overextend and break. Mine had the air mattress, it leaked.(warranty) The oven needed a tune as it would go out, dangerous.(warranty) The LED's on the awning died. Also the motors for the awning were recalled by Dometic. (warranty) The valve on the propane tank whistled. (out of my pocket to fix). The entire camper shakes when one is walking through it, you notice this if you are sitting still and your other half strolls through (light frame). I use the four jacks that came with the camper plus four additional ones mounted fore and aft of the wheels. Another issue is the walls are paper thin and sound travels through them. With the plastic roof, when it rains, you cannot hear yourself think when inside let alone hear the tv. My stereo/surround system works fine.
We love the floor plan. We love the décor and storage. I will never buy another ultrlalight. If I could find a brand/model built in the heavy duty style, I would trade in a heartbeat.
Buy the extended warranty for $150.00 upon delivery, you will need it. For each of my warranty problems, my dealer, barked up front the problems were not covered. Push them because they are covered. I believe the dealer does not get reimbursed enough for their trouble and will try to dodge the issue if they can. Again, push them to get it done.
That all said...we do love this camper. Best of luck and happy camping with yours. Let us know your thoughts when you get some miles on it.