Unfortunately, there's no other way around this and please the masses at the same time. If they're mounted away from the end storage units and back a little, what happens to the water forward of the spout? It'll drain down the sides of your unit and possibly compromise the storage unit weatherstrip. As far the doors? No way around it and please everyone. Not all doors are rearward or forward. Assuming that's how the alot are on different models. My entry door is in the middle of the trailer and the spouts don't affect it. They put them at all four corners (at least mine are) because it was the best possible place to please everyone. That way, the whole roof is covered, as far as water directed away. The main reason for putting the spouts on in the first place was to deter water from running down the sides of the unit and to direct it away from it. If they adjust them away from doors and storage, then it defeats the purpose of having them. Again, to repel roof water from the entire roof in the best possible way.
Then again, over the doors is just a plain and simple design error. They should've figured something else out in that regard.
2013 Jayco Eagle 328 RLTS
2012 Ford F250 6.2L 4x4 CCSB W/Air Lift air bags
2002 Coleman Bayside Elite (traded)
Me, Momma and Charles (RIP buddy)
And introducing Sofie!! ;)