Congrats! We bought the very same one - a 2014 - 3 weeks ago today. Left the next evening on a 10 day trip and so far LOVE it. It's a full 7 ft longer than our previous '02 Lakota and some of the tighter corners have caught me a little off guard but it pulls and rides nicely. My wife walked in and saw that kitchen with all the storage space and the ledgestone fireplace and said to the salesman and I "I want THIS one." Hey, no sense playing hard to get when negotiating a price, right? Look at all the time we saved.
Ok. The bad. On a few of the window blinds the guide strings have come undone or pulled loose from the wall. I thought many of them were very stiff to pull up or down but maybe they'll loosen up over time. The bedroom AC was money well spent but that leaves only 2 windows for ventilation upstairs and it gets pretty warm and stuffy without it. You can turn on the bath vent but it only moves so much air.
There is no light in the front basement storage area nor one outside to light up the storage door, pin area or landing gear switch. The storage doors are rather heavy and the one on the drivers side uses one plastic latch to hold it open. when it gets hot the plastic stretches and down comes the door. Landed on the salesman's head during the PDI, on my head twice the next day and a couple more times since. Why not use metal or TWO latches or raise the price $30 or $40 and use struts? Shame Jayco, Shame!
My biggest annoyance is opening the door to the slide switches, etc. at night and you can't see them! The hall light is shaded by the cabinet door and the kitchen light is to far around the corner to be of any help and you can't see or read ANY of the switch gear.
Last, one wall panel in one of the slides bows out some at it's edge. So far, that's the bad.
The good? Pretty much everything else.I feel like a member of the Rich and Famous rolling down the road. It's very comfortable, lots of storage, and my stay-at-home wife can't wait to go again( Labor Day weekend!) Lastly if your curious, I weighed it at the Cat Scales and with full water and propane and packed with a not unreasonable amount of personal gear I got 11,460 pounds with 2000 pounds pin weight.
Steve and Susie
2014 Eagle 33.5RETS
2013 GMC 2500HD crewcab