I'm a satisfied Jayco customer, having owned three (3) of them (a pop-up and 2 5th wheels). Having said that, understand what you're getting with anyone's "super lite" RVs. Except for some very expensive models utilizing lots of composite materials, the super lites generally compromise on their construction materials, heavier options, etc. to achieve their light weight. Cabinetry will generally be particle board/plastic veneer, roof decks and floors will be thinner, there will be less insulation and durability will suffer accordingly. If you can live with this, then the Jayco is probably as good or better than its direct competition.
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