I just picked up my new 2015 Vibe 272bhs and have the Blue Ox Sway pro WDH. Super easy to install and allowed me to mount it in the correct location. It tows very nice and I have already had to tow it in 25-35 MPH winds.
As to quality, I was very impressed when I picked it up. Spent 5 hrs doing a very thorough PDI and I had to be very nit picky with the things I found. All of them were basic fit and finish things like screws that hadn't been tighted properly or hinges mounted too close to the cabinet doors causing the doors to not close flush. When I helped my dad pick up his Montana, we ended up with 33 things including some pretty major electrical issues that they had to fix before he signed the bottom line.
There are some pretty significant differences between the Vibes made in OH vs the ones made in Oregon. The Oregon Vibes have Larger Tank Sizes, ducted vs radiant tank heat. who prepped the Solar, Black Tank Flush, heater vent in the bathroom. This may explain the price differences between the two. I was still able to get my local Camping World to price match the RV Wholesalers price, but took some effort.
This is my first newer camper and I was a little worried about all the horror stories that I have heard about them needing them to be in the shop for months correcting issues. My only concerns left is about the Raineer ST tires good or bad that came with it. Forest River also didn't mark where the wires were run for the solar prep for the charge controller. My unit was made in Oregon and uses the Go Power! wired for solar instead of the Zamp. As i said this is my first newer camper and my only major complaint was the REALLY crappy mattress they used. I have no idea why they felt anybody would be comfortable on it. I put a 4" memory foam topper on it and all is well!!
2006 Dodge 2500 4x4 5.9 CTD
2015 Vibe 272bhs