I don't agree that we are seeing a great increase in the percentage of units with "issues". What your seeing is an industry pushed to the max to build units to meet the demands. 1% of 1000 units is 10 problems. 1% of 300,000 units is 300, an increase in numbers but not percentage wise.
Also, Jayco does have at the end of each line, a team that just go over the units. Cleaning up caulk, dirt and dust, etc. they are humans, not perfect but do a good job, I've watched them. Doors not closing, especially all the doors, would make me think out of level and racking the unit. Moldings, will shrink and grow with weather. Made when it's dry, get it to a higher humidity area and your likely to pop a nail or two, not the hill to die on. Ones person huge issue is another persons ho hum. As I get older I have less and less hills i'm ready to die on. I also realize I'm not perfect so how can I expect others to be.
Long as Jayco steps up and takes care of the issues it a moot point to me. Should it happen, of course not, does it... yep. And Doctors make mistakes that kill people, have not heard of people dying over loose molding.
We need to keep things in perspective, if you hate Jayco there are dozens of other companies to choose from. I've been happy with my TT, and happy with Jayco...
FYI at $30 an hour, your paying an employee about minimum wage...cost will be closer to double that for average factory worker. Government regulations adds HUGE to your cost of an employee...mandatory healthcare, WC, payroll taxes, vacation, sick pay, etc etc etc.
2011 Toyota Tundra double cab