Search this forum (and lightweights) for other comments on Trail Lite, Trail Bay and R-Vision. You will find a love or hate relationship with these brands and this company. Then look close at the actual unit you are going to buy. Open every door, get down and look in the storage areas. Look in all overhead areas and check for signs of leaks. Look at where any wiring is exposed. If you feel you can live with the quality of this unit, then go ahead and buy it.
I learned my lesson about ordering TTs the hard way. I only saw one Trail Lite and it looked alright to me so I ordered one. It came in with more options than I ordered. On PDI the awning opened with a hole in it. Later it developed several leaks in the front end - cost me over 2K to repair - factory would not budge on warranty even though the problem was a faulty roof seam- the last 3" were not sealed properly.
I recently traded it for an Arctic Fox 22H. I found a lot that had several different units for me to look at and bought one after spending about an hour going over it from stem to stern.
This is my fourth TT and probably my last unless I can convince the wife to full time when we retire