Personally, after looking at many of the brands that are out there, you cannot go too wrong with a Jayco. There is a possibility of things being wrong with any brand. Jayco, I found is easy to work with for warranty issues. Also they stand behind their two year (and occasionally a little over) warranty. 5th wheels are actually very easy to tow and I found it very easy to back up, even around corners on streets. Like anything, it just takes practice and some patience. Enjoy looking for your new rv, no matter which brand you choose.
Glen and Karen
2013 Eagle Premier 321 RLTS
2008 Ford F350 Lariat 4X4 6.4 Powerstroke
"Hannah" and "Jasper" our tagalong poms