Well we just returned from a 2.5 week vacation up in the Green Mountains in Vermont. We were only there 2 days when my 7yr old (65lb)daughter stood up on the cushion of the dinette to turn on the light and broke through.
I couldn't believe how cheap the wood was that was used to support the seat. There was not a single screw and everything was just stapled. Well two out of the three supports were barely stapled on one end and gave way when she stood on it. Needless to say that all the supports(both sides)are now screwed together and have 3/8 plywood instead of the thin cardboard that was there..
I also ran into a problem with my gray tank overflowing. I will admit I didn't keep a close eye on the gauge and I should have just left the valve open. But after my wife and I showered then my two kids it was over full. But the water didn't fill the shower, it was leaking from the tank and through the underbelly material? I called the dealer and they told me that the tank has a overflow on it? I don't think it's suppose to drain onto the sealed underbelly is it??? I figured it should all be sealed and when it's overfull the shower and sink would start filling up?? Thoughts??