The big thing, trading it in for what?? I am about at my comfortable limit for the TV, and getting another TV is not in the near future.
Any suggestions on the rain and the bedding and pillows getting wet??
Sorry to hear about the troubles. The issues with the cabinets are disappointing - the cabinets in our 2013 Roo seem to be very solid compared to other brands.
As for the bedding getting wet - is is happening while the doors are closed, or the bunk end is open? Seems like the #1 issue with hybrids is leaks when the ends are closed, either because of problems with the door, the seal, or canvas caught pinched in the seal keeping it from closing.
We talked to a factory rep when we bought ours at an RV show, and as DW was giving really pressing him about leaks he kept talking about the new seals and tent attachment on the 2013's as being an improvement over the prior design. So, if you did trade for a 2013/2014, that might be an improvement.
Or, if you want maximum space with lighter weight, some of the high wall popups are pretty nice. You have the extra setup/packup, but leaks seem to be nearly non-existent in popups.
Or the other trade option is a light weight, traditional trailer. The Rockwood Mini-lites seem to have a lot of loyal owners who really like them. And there are other brands. We were impressed with the Shadow Cruiser line at our local dealer. They seem like a good quality tt that is lighter than most. I'm sure there are others out there too.
Seems like the main thing is getting the leak addressed. Maybe a local dealer can take a look and advocate for you with FR if there are design or manufacturing issues with the bunk end.