Jerry and Colleen:
I'll refrain degrading any particular brands, but you really need to look carefully before buying - which is exactly what you're doing by asking.
First, understand that sticker/MSRP means nothing. And they're the price that the dealer is asking may not be the MSRP. As a rule of thumb, 25% off MSRP can be used for an estimate.
The industry has had big consolidation. Many of the "brands" are owned by the same parent company. Jayco just got bought by Thor Industries (which many not mean anything short term).
Most RVs use similar components (heaters, ACs, refrigerators, frames, etc). A few things differ:
1) Some construction techniques (wood vs metal frame, how they construct the roof)
2) The care of the line assembly. These are assembled by humans, IMHO, most will have some problems. You can't buy your way into a completely problem free RV.
3) Purchase dealers reputation for service. You need to figure out the reviews on the service department versus the sales department. Some brands can really only be serviced by the place you purchased them, despite what sales will tell you.
4) How the manufacturer treats their customers. I'd HIGHLY encourage you to read BBB complaints - not for the what's wrong, but see how the manufacturer works (or doesn't work) to respond to the consumer. A few brands, you can see some pretty clear trends.
Once you decide (or think you're considering a brand), I'd find that brand specific forum and do some searches. It's probably a waste of time to ask publicly on brand forums if people like their RVs, some sites have fairly strict policies around criticism. Private Message people and you'll get the real answers....
I really like Grand Design as a consumer-friendly brand. They're relatively new but run by some experienced execs and definitely care about brand reputation. They have massive growth.
Just so you're protected as a consumer, listen to this podcast by an consumer-protection attorney:
RV'ing is great, unless you start of with some problems that can't easily be resolved and a dealer/manufacturer that is in no hurry to help you out.