I'll give it a 5 for now. I've owned WAY better in the past, but I've owned worse too. Too many things that are so simple, just piss me off. Jayco specific complaints so far are the crappy wire runs, shoddy installation of swivel TV (ditched it and put solid wall in with TV on each side), cheap transition molding from side wall to skirting that warps when warm outside (fixed with more rigid aluminum molding, you may have seen that in another thread), and of course, just cheap parts everywhere. Don't get me wrong, we do like our rig, especially since it's paid for, but in all honesty, most mass produced RV's are crap in my opinion. Just glad I know how to fix crap. Only way to get a GOOD rig is build it yourself really.
If I had one wish for Jayco, it would be PLEASE kick Lippert to the curb and do an in house frame, and other in house products, just like the in house everything else they do. You don't need Lippert products to make a good RV, you actually need to get away from them to make a good RV. Would somebody please get the blue prints from Leland and revive those box tube frames.
John and Rebecca Dickson
Emma-8 / Little John-5 / Iva-1+
2013 Ford F-350 Lariat FX4, CC LB PSD, DRW
2015 Jayco Jay Flight 28BHBE (#8)