I got my 2109S in March. I wanted a smallish TT [under 22' ] with no dinette and after much online searching, this floorplan was just what I was looking for. Even though I have 5 RV dealers in my area, seems they don't like to stock smaller travel trailers and they don't have Rockwoods.
So I had to drive 50 miles away to Ruff's RV in Euclid, OH. Their service department has handled warranty work without a hassle.
1. slide shear pin broke--fixed
2. Door was very hard to close...you had to slam it. They replaced the whole door, same problem, but worse, so they put my old door back in, saying that's all they could do. That's when I noticed, with the help of a speed square, that the bottom of the door frame was 1/8" out of square, causing the door to hit the door frame. So they took door and frame out.....squared up the body opening....replaced door...and voila, it closes great....no slamming.
3. Whenever I would turn on an overhead light, the TV reception would FREEZE, not skip, but freeze. Dealer contacted FR and they said they were having this problem and we needed to upgrade to LED...personally I couldn't understand this, cause there was already LED in the trailer!!!
But anyway they installed completely different LED light units....won't know if that fixed the problem until Spring....
Have towed about 15 times this summer [longest trip was 400 miles round trip] and it tracks well....don't even know it's behind me. Planning to haul it to Florida in Jan and Feb, 1900+ miles round trip.
Would I buy another 2109S....yes. I agree that most RVs are a work-in-progress and some tweaking is always needed. And from a woman's standpoint...there is never enough storage.
One of my most proud modifications is the small cupboard by the entry door, under the tall wardrobe. Inside, it is a small, triangle cupboard/cubby. I hadn't a clue what anyone would or could put in it, so I took the door off and that is where I keep my dog's water bowl, leash and poop bags!!! No more spilled water bowls!!