I've had mine for around a year or so. If I had never done anything but haul it around a bit I'd probably speak more favorably of the camper.
I still like it but every time I do something more involved the pain grows. As the most recent example. I recently took out a small part of the ceiling between the roof struts (inside, not outside) and was able to see that they totally missed the first three trusses which holds the decking to the trusses, with every nail. I mean every singe nail. Some an inch or more to the side of the truss and others just missing it. So the decking on top of my 25RR is not anchored in the back. It's just laying on the trusses.
I was able to shine the light down into the roof and noticed that the fourth one in seemed like they got the nails in place. I couldn't see past that however. Some of the nails were even loose and wiggled a bit. Not good because it stands a chance of working up and making a hole in the rubber cover.
Something I noticed after last trip (only my second) is a little bit of abnormal wear on the outside of "one" tire. Just one more thing to add to the list. Sigh.... No, I haven't had too much of a load on it. I don't even haul a motorcycle, four wheeler, anything. Just clothes, food, etc. I didn't run over anything either.
But like I said. If had never looked closer at things I probably wouldn't have noticed some of these issues.
At this point I'm afraid of what I would see if I had a look past the interior wall plywood to see how the walls are put together.
Take it with a grain of salt however. Maybe I just got a Friday camper.