Long ago before I purchased my first coach I had a discussion with a wise ol' guy who was my best friend's father. After retiring he did R&D for a large hi end MH mfgr trouble shooting new designs and "improvements". His advice was "don't ever
buy a new coach; wait until some retired guy like me decides to sell his. He's had a couple of years to travel back and forth to the dealer/mfgr to fix what they can, or will, and has worked all of the remaining bugs out himself. Then you'll have one you can enjoy. You'll still have to work on it but the hard part will be done. And you will save money."
His son and I followed his advice and relate his story to all that ask and some that don't!
Now we're the old guys....