We picked up our 2017 23IKSS in April. We have had 2 significant issues: 1. The turn signals were switched so they worked opposite the TV. I fixed this on the side of the road on the way home after getting the finger for the second time. The problem was the trailer wiring not the TV. I should have caught this during the PDI.
2. On two different occasions, after hooking up to leave the campground, the trailer brakes would lock with even the slightest touch of the brakes - all or nothing. After several reconnects and retries the problem went away before I left the campground. The first time it happened I assumed it was due to the 7-pin connector shorting brake light to brakes - it had rained the night before and I didn't protect the trailer plug as well as I should have. But it happened again the next camping trip after no rain. The problem has since not repeated, and I haven't done any troubleshooting. It may be the TV or the brake controller I'm not sure, but I just wanted to mention it so you keep it in the back of your mind.
As others as stated, it takes a well equipped half-ton to tow this model. I would stress that you weigh your loaded and ready to camp rig at a CAT scale and adjust your hitch and loading to optimize your weight distribution. Most likely your dealer will not set up your hitch correctly. It makes a big difference in how your truck and trailer handle.
Overall we love our trailer; great floor pan and amenities, good build quality.
Steve, Barb, and 5 daughters who love to camp
2017 Shamrock 23IKSS, Yellow sticker: 5314 lbs, Equil-i-zer 4pt. 1,000/10,000
2006 Fleetwood (Coleman) Niagara: Sold!
2003 Suburban 1500 Z71, 5.3/3.73, airbags, LT tires, Big Brake Upgrade, Prodigy P2