I agree with several comments in this thread, the RV industry in general reminds me of the auto industry in the '70s. I remember buying a new GM product and being told "you'll find several things wrong with it, we suggest you just keep a list and bring it back in a month so we can fix all of them at once." And he was right, there were several issues, including the transfer case going out in the first month... A few years later I bought a Japanese car and was told by the salesman, "You won't find anything wrong with the car, but just in case you do bring it to my attention and I'll make sure it gets taken care of right away." And he was right too, I didn't have a single issue with the car. The flood of high-quality Japanese cars was the wakeup call that Detroit needed..
Unfortunately the RV industry still operates under the model of: crank them out as fast as possible, without any real QA, and let the dealer/owner find the problems and sort them out. You would think that they would look to the auto industry and realize that a good QA system saves money, rather than adds cost. And most importantly a good internal QA system guarantees a much higher quality product.
In fairness to the RV manufacturers, you do get a lot of bang for the money. I am surprised at the prices on a lot of the current models. The only way they can keep the prices so reasonable is to crank them out! Provided we don't have any significant issues on our new Seneca, I will be a very Happy Camper! The Seneca is a beautiful coach and I think Jayco has done a great job with their designs and floorplans...