We love our new 184BH, but my reaction to the video is
Maybe it's best just to enjoy the sausage and not see how it's actually made!
I'll admit to some ignorance, however, about standards in the industry. Maybe other assembly plants are even scarier. The Jayco exec seemed quite proud of what he was showing. Although it looks kind of slap dash to me, I guess if these guys are doing this all day every day, maybe they can work that frantically and still get it right. Our TT seems fine; obviously not built by careful craftsmen, but seemingly good value for the money.
So I guess I have two take-aways from the video:
1. Maybe appearances to an amateur are deceiving and despite the frantic pace, quality is still reasonable.
2. Jaycos are priced very reasonably which means tender loving handcrafting just isn't economically possible.
Although all the propane and electrical lines running through the trailer make me a little nervous after seeing how quickly they throw them in and cover them up.