Interesting. We ordered a Eagle Premier that's supposed to be built early March. Dealer said it might arrive as a 2015. So is the change in production now? I've read about the challenges some have had with Atwood but thought most were attributed to operator training. The idea of having an early production version of a change is a bit more of a concern than something having known quirks.
I know a Jayco will stand behind either unit so I'm back to anxious anticipation
2019 Pinnacle 36 FBTS
2016 Silverado 3500 CC SRW DuraMax/Allison
1975 Corvette for the sunny days n dry roads
2017 RZR for the rainy days n muddy roads
The picture I posted was copied from a dealers 2015 Jayco inventory.
Not sure when the change will be made, we installed the aftermarket Ground Control System on our 2011 (Jayco did not offer a leveling system in 2011), it is not an automatic system but it has worked great and is quite a quick setup with the remote.
If the new Ground Control System that Jayco is using has the same hardware, legs and motors as the aftermarket Ground Control System we have, it is a great package.
The addition of the LCI Controller should make it a great system.
Robert & Bale the "Traveling Dog"
2012 GMC 3500HD DRW
Nice to know (and see) that Jayco will make changes if they feel them to be necessary. See they took out the Dirt Devil central vac and went to a portable cordless Dyson. We used the CV maybe twice before getting a Bissell which does a much better job without dragging the hose around the rig.
As far as the Atwood Auto Leveling System once we figured out the proper operating sequence (posted in another thread) no more troubles.
2012 Pinnacle 36KPTS - Kitchen Pantry Triple Slide
Mor/Ryde suspension and pin box, Dual pane windows, Auto Leveling System, 2 A/C's, Sailun G's and more... View photos