The timing isn't right for us at this point in time.
But, I'll be frank. Buying a new RV is finding the right combination of manufacturer support, a quality product and engineering, the floorplan, and overall appearance. I can tweak a few things myself so if a certain brand doesn't have the surge protector I want, the SeeLevel sensors, the inverter brand and model I want, and other items - I can add that myself so that's not a deal breaker. But, above all I want a product that will hold up and has good, solid engineering in the main areas. That's the part that really counts. Every brand will have issues and if an air conditioner or other component fails it's understandable. But when the basic construction is lacking, that's another story. Plus, no matter how well built something is, the floorplan is always the key item because that's the part you live with every day.
Entegra as the construction and engineering down solid. That's a no brainer. The only thing I've seen that was better was the Newell and that's like comparing a DC-3 to the space shuttle, and priced accordingly.
Customer support is excellent with Entegra. The only thing to match them is Tiffin. But the difference is that with Tiffin you have a reater chance of needing to use that support wheras with Entegra it's there if you need it but most likely won't need it in such large doses.
Entegra's appearance is excellent and among the best so that's not an issue.
That leaves us with floorplans. In my opinion that's the one area where Entegra is behind a bit. However, they are aggressively pursuing changes in this area and I firmly believe they will have that in place by the time I'm ready. At that time it would be hard not to move Entegra to the top of the list.
Naturally, after spending a week at Newell I would love to have one of those. The engineering and customization they do is amazing. Most people notice the level of luxury in Newells and Prevost conversions but I was imptressed by the engineering they put into their product and the detailed craftsmanship put into areas that the customer rarley sees. Also, the storage and functionality put into their designs means they aren't just "lookers". Unfortunately, at $1.7 million they are well above my pay grade.