I agree he should be sitting down with Ron and whomever engineers, coach builders are left at CC and find out the what, why and how of CC build techniques.
For example, I would not be interested in any CC where the sidewalls are attached to the coach floor with sheet metal screws screwed in from the side. That is how my previous DP (Winnebago Journey) was put together. I discovered that when I could sit on the toilet, look down and see the road thru a 1/2" gap between the side wall and the floor
. #8 sheet metal screws spaced about 8" apart along the bottom of the wall, many rung off by the factory. I fixed it and, overall, the coach was OK for what I paid, but those are the kind of things they should not duplicate in any new CC.
If the Dynomax chassis was/is really better/stronger than the best FL or Spartan is building, then they should continue with that. What I have read about the Dynomax certainly suggests it is a superior platform but that would need to be determined by experts.