It's only a marketing gimmick, There was nothing stated about fixing the issues... they only inspected them... and they proudly send it on it's way...
Perhaps you missed this in the article "allows for an additional key step in the manufacturing process to identify and fix any potential issues before they arrive at the dealer. "
In any case, I know many have had issues, I have been fortunate and although I would like a new unit, I would also be concerned with warranty issues and in particular the backlog of warranty service requests. Mine is still like new as I haven't had the time to use it as much as I would like to do so and I still have less than 14k miles on it. Over the course of many years, I can say that even though an issue still occurs now and then, almost all of the issues have been taken care of already.
Bottom line, inspecting 100% of the Jayco RV's has to be a step in the right direction especially when compared to inspecting only some of the RV's prior to sending them out to the dealers. ~CA
2010 GreyHawk 31SS