2012 model, hope they read my posting. Ours is a 2009 RETS, we had it a year before things began to break. First the roof vent lids then the plastic parts that hold the cargo doors and entry door open, plastic was crumbling from the sun light, plus other things like made in china light bulbs that contacts rusted. The hide-a-bed cushions seams began to to split open not from abuse, but use. We replaced the couch, because it cost to much to fix, with a leather double recliner we found on sale that fit in it's place, a very nice change. Then there's the flooring on the slides that began to give problems, see earlier post. We tried to trade it in on another brand, but will lose too much money, so we'll stay with this RV a little longer.
Good luck with your newer model, we spend to much on our RV's to experience problems. Let me add that Forest River has helped us with some expenses of repairs, but the flooring that was only patched not replaced, that will be the ruins of this RV. Now I will have to provide support under the slide flooring when parked for extended periods to prevent more sinking from occurring. Also, I recommend an extended warranty service policy, from Good Sams Club or whomever when factory expires. At $110 an hour for labor cost to repair, it's a little bit of money for a lot of peace of mind, and I fear we'll need it for repairs in the future as the past has demonstrated.
Today, we just begin living in our RV full time. We're parked on a lot we bought next to Lake Livingston, Tx, and will use it as a home base for more traveling. Just pray the price of Diesel doesn't go beyond $5 a gal.