So I got mine on June 28th. Took it camping that day as I was on vacation.
beautiful! Very nice colors and the interior is stunning.
After getting settled at the camp ground:
they really need to get their heads on straight when it comes to quality control. One of the table posts, all the screws were stripped out. One of the cabinet door hinge screws were stripped and the door was drop when opening. No heater vent is bathroom... that is BS! Cold toilets suck...moving on. Awning wasn't installed square, so it doesn't retract against camper 100% close like 95%.. the long brackets that are fixed to the camper are off a little causing it not to close flush. Broken outside hood range vent flapper.. And there was a ton of saw dust through out the camper.
I'm obviously not a pro camper builder. But the problems I had were caused by poor care in work. The awning will have to stay like that because I don't care to have new holes drilled. The stripped wood screws is pretty amateur, you'd think the technician would know that stripped scews don't hold.
All in all, I love the camper. I fixed pretty much everything myself as Im a master technician for automobiles, and I'm pretty handy. Even though it was all minor things, I still think the first impression is the best impression... imo, they need a better quality control director.
We'll see how it holds up for our next trip in a few weeks. Happy camping!