1st i'm glad to announce it worked awesome. Seems the Roo has been taking a beating on here as of late.
I took my 233s out for the 1st trip this last weekend. Hook up, hauling, and backing up was easy. I have a Husky WDH with sway bar handled great in very bad rain.
I found out the dealer was wrong. 2014 bunks still need to be weathered for the seems to seal up. We had some leaking problems. Nothing to bad but still disappointed the dealership didn't even know that this was needed. My luck, we had rain similar to a cow peeing on a flat rock. Even so the leaking was minor. I let it dry out and I'm hoping the next time wont be so bad.
AC (15,000 BTU) worked great. We had a lot of condensation from the main unit and also from the duct openings. There are 2 fan opening in the ceiling and we had both going to help with moisture. Again, not bad but not sure if this is normal. We got a 20 inch fan that we placed at 1 end of the unit to move air and that was nice to keep air moving inside. Also noticed the caulk around the AC unit on the inside was peeling off already. I called the dealership and they said bring it back the will fix it no problem. No other workmanship problems was noticed.
Set up and tear down was quick and easy. We took WAY to much stuff for just a quick 1 night stay. Live, camp, and learn. Out door grill that comes standard with the 233s is not the best. Not enough BTUs I'm guessing. Everything took forever to cook. Weather was mild with no wind so I cant think of a good reason other than i'll need to replace the unit. After cooking breakfast in the morning sun here in Texas (88 sunny at 7am) I told my wife I wanted a cooker that was mobile so I could always find shad to cook in. So again to me, sucks but I would have changed this out anyways.
I found the unit to have a TON of space. I have read threads that have mods done to the 233 and I will do some of those things myself. Minor things quick cheap and easy.
Sleeping we had plenty of room for 5 peeps. We did buy the 3 inch mattress toppers for the beds and everyone slept great. I'm 250lbs and I even found it comfortable with the toppers. 99 dollars at Kohls stores here in Houston.
Hot water heater works great. To good really the water was VERY hot. I have a question for 233 owners. I started the hot water heater and when I got up the next morning I had 1 empty propane tank. Is there a way to run the hot water tank off electric? I'm sure there is, I'm thinking I was a little over whelmed while doing the walk though when I took delivery and I have forgotten.
Over all I would give MY 233s Roo a 8 out of 10 rating. Caulking around the AC peeling and leaking bunks are a concern. I do however feel comfortable in the dealership taking care of these issues. I'm new to travel trailer camping and I felt that things went very smooth and the unit was easy for a neebee to haul and setup/tear down. I'm happy with our choice.
Sorry to ramble this long but I wanted to let others know how our trip went and pros/cons for us. Hope it helps someone looking into buying this unit. I'd recommend it to others....