I didn't find the fit and finish concerns that many of you are now. It must be that 2 years ago they didn't have quite the demand.
Regarding the outdoor kitchen, I completely agree to its usefulness. We removed the fridge a year ago and use that space to store our generator. This winter, I'm pulling the entire kitchen out, including stove and shelving. I believe that to be a better space for storage. Our generator (Yamaha 2400) and BBQ (Weber Q) will fit in there just fine. Besides, when towing this with a half ton, it will help to get that weight out of the truck.
My water pressure on the outdoor sink is pitiful. Anyone else have that problem? I bet there is debree stuck in the line.
My sound bar quite powering up. I have a call in now to get a replacement. Electronics is a hobby of mine, and I expect the junk they put in these trailers to quit working. But I'll still try for a replacement while under warranty.
Everyone with a spare tire under the trailer needs to check for two things. First, can you get it out. The nut that held ours in place was corroded to the point that I had to use a grinder to cut my spare tire down. Learn that at home, not on the road. Two, the bracket itself has two pipes that are compressing the tire into place. I have 4 large indentions in the sidewalls of my spare. I'm trying to get that replaced too.
We did a 45 night, 7k mile trip with ours this summer and had not one problem. Still loving the trailer.
And the best part....down to 2k on the loan. We paid heavy on it and will have it paid in 2 years, as planned!