Thanks for the source!
What is interesting is the moisture statement that voids warranty.
I'd think RV panels should withstand moisture because laminated anything on foam is a styrofoam cooler shaking down the road at 60 mph, plus curbs, humps and holes. An RV (trailer) manufacture facility using a product that does not handle moisture?
I've been routine on wash/wax and putting sunscreen on roof and like the look of the camper. Next camper, if any, I'll trade durability for shine.
I suspect Jayco has used different panels. It seems these thing became common about 2006 and fail about 4 years later so about not is when a bunch would fail.