New owner here and i've posted a few other places with some of the issues. Here we go.
2020 175 SLX Baja.
1. Broken rail on kitchen cabinet.
2. Bathroom door isn't plumb. - probably no fix since it is a flexy TT after all.
3. On delivery, left tail light shorted out my TV circuit. Dealer fixed - loose/unconnected wire.
4. Low spot on roof to front cap joint. It is sealed, but will need shoring up to avoid pooling water.
5. Cabinet latch screws stripped out of the particle board. Replaced with longer screws.
6. Queen bed plywood is separating from the 2x2 support wood. Will reinforce.
7. Left trailer brake has a bare wire from the loom. Looks like it was stripped back on accident. Easy to tape and i'll be using split loom to protect the run.
8. Wire resting on leaf spring. Will be shortening and split looming.
9. Wire nuts used to connect brakes to harness. They are taped, but seriously? I'll be replacing with soldered butt connectors.
10. Wood and metal bits all over the place inside cabinets. Not a manufacturing issue or a safety issue, but in general shows poor pride in workmanship.
11. General poor quality of cabinetry. It is OSB with a wood grain sticker. Not even a veneer! As I mentioned in another thread, I secretly hope that the staples holding these things together rattle loose so I can justify replacing the cabinets with proper tongue/groove and glue and screw.
I gave it a 4 based on the above. Average would be 5 and anything above that would be exceptional. Some of these things are safety issues and should never have passed QC.
With the bad out of the way, I will say the things I like:
Love the general appearance. Nice silver/gray colors and aluminum sides. It is thin, but no worries about mystery materials like used on R-Pods and others.
Love the internal layout - mostly. I think the bathroom is a bit over sized for the width of the rig, but it didn't stop us from buying.
Love that the interior paneling is all backed with 1/8 ply. Serioulsy. Not plastic paneling, but real wood. Yes, it can get wet and rot, but it should not as long as the seals are kept up. It can be scrwed, which means anything hanging from it should not come loose as long as it is attached correctly.
It is comfortable. Lounging in the dinette is nice. The bed is decent.
It was cheap. We paid about 66% of list (or 63% of full sticker price, OR, only 81% of the manufacturers actual suggested retail). Had I paid full retail I don't think I'd be too pleased with the general lack of quality or attention to detail.
Being cheap in price, overall i'm not too bent on the items above (except the wiring issues). I'm a handy DIY guy and will have no problem addressing issues as they come up - and I'm sure there will be more.