Only problem we had with ours is that they did not put any sealer around lip at bottom of sides and rain water ran down sides into underbelly of camper. We thought we had plumbing leak, dealer had to run bead of sealer around lip. They had to go back and do this to all campers on lot with enclosed underbelly. If I had known it would have taken about 30 minutes or less to run small bead of clear sealer around lip and saved trip back to dealer.
We added Fantasik fan in vent over bed, snaked wire from overhead light near vent that you cut on at light fixture - always has electric power. It works great except when there is campfire nearby - it sucks in smoke. Have to leave bathroom vent open if door and windows are closed to allow for air flow. We also use small cube cremaic 1,500 watt electric heater that saves on propane and keeps camper warm down to about 45 F. These campers are tight, we have to always leave vent cracked for fresh air, added vent cover over both vents to keep out rain.
Enjoy your new camper.
2012 Toyota Tundra Double cab 5.7L 2wd towing pkg
24' 2014 Surveyor 201RBS