For one reason... if you have something less than admirable to say about a Jayco on the Jayco forum it is likely you will be banned.
I like/dislike my Seneca, after dropping near 100K, for used...having to drop more to make it right sort of grinds a bit.
While I want it to do more than some is my issue, but what it does for the money spent is not well enough.
Suspension upgrades are always a subjective issue from one person to another, but pitifully small holding tanks are a MFG failure in design.
Being totally spoiled for boondocking with my Desert Fox toyhauler, I was dismayed by the lack of capacity in the Seneca and will say it was not expected to be such an issue.
Saying the above statement would not fly for long there at Jayco forum
and why an away from there place to be frank is needed.
Doing the suspension was OK as I want sports car handling and towing stability, swapping out the dinette and upgrading to reclining loveseats
is a choice the blushing bride wanted.
But running out of grey and black water as soon as it does is a real %$^@@.
The luxury that this unit is should also come with an "away time " that is more than an overnight or two.
At this point I am looking into upgrading the grey water tank at least,
why should it be I am redoing the Seneca to be a real "Recreational Vehicle"?