I agree with the previous post other than now being a new owner and spending our first night in a Grey Wolf, forest river's lower line/brand, we've noticed a few things that we didn't pay attention to...
Small things - on our camper a manual light propane only water tank is standard, and a small one at that.
The only light switches are on the lights themselves - on the ceiling - so our kids can't reach them.
"Missing" drawers- there could be a silverware drawer but it's just blanked off. There could be doors or drawers under the dinette for access instead of pulling off the cushions, the overhead cabinet doors could stay open by themselves.
Things we did notice were cheaper/thinner mattresses, narrow slideout (vs a deep one), cheaper counter surface, cheaper/plainer vinyl floor, no large grab handle by the door - things we can / will upgrade or can add or don't care about.
Construction seemed about the same on all the brands and we were after lightweight so 'real wood' cabinets and solid surface countertops weren't in the cards anyway.
Jill & Chris, Wills (14) Evie (11) & Toby our collie (5)
2011 Grey Wolf 28BH
2013 Chevy K1500 Crew w/ Reese StraitLine Dual Cam
Nights camped 2011: 11 2012: 18 2013: 12 2014: 12 2015: 13 2016: 3