Interesting, but you have to wonder about how many "recalls" weren't listed. Some companies will do a recall out of an abundance of caution, others won't do a recall until forced by a government entity to do so.
I have a buddy that transports RV's part of the year. Back in 2014 he refused to pull any Dutchman product because of the pieces that kept falling off while going down the road. He told me about a Voltage toy hauler that he picked up, at the holding lot, all the left side wheels broke off when he made the turn to leave the lot.
He has lots of other horror stories.
IMHO there is lots of room for improvement in the ENTIRE RV industry. How they improve and what they improve is their call. I do my due diligence prior to purchasing and won't buy a unit if I observe major issues with the fit, finish or workings. I have ticked off my fair share of salespersons over the years by walking away from "deals" because a unit was not up to snuff.
Unfortunately too many people purchase an RV with little to no research, they shop on emotions, not facts and expect the RV industry to be like the automotive industry. The RV industry (like most) is driven by the balance sheet, profits margins are what they pay the most attention to. There are exceptions and they are obvious. Look at every 30' Class C on the market and you will see prices ranging from the mid $70k range, up to $250k. There are price differences for a reason. Not all of it is quality of materials.