Our Experience w/ Thor Super C 35SK
My wife and I purchased a new 2014 Thor Super C 35SK Chateau in June 2014 after considerable research of available RV options while upgrading from an older travel trailer. The goal was to upgrade to a smaller class A diesel-equivalent without spending the amount of money that smaller diesel class A's usually cost.
We purchased the 2014 Thor Super C 35SK Chateau because it offered all the features of a smaller class A diesel for less money - we loved the price (105k), the size (36'), floor plan, features (e.g., hydraulic leveling system, powerful diesel Ford F-550 platform, 10k towing capacity) among other aspects.
That said, we made the purchase with our "eyes wide open" knowing that Thor's reputation for designing/manufacturing quality product was poor. Because of this, we made sure we drove the unit cost low while making the purchase. So, you could say, we were very strategic in how we handled this purchase given we were dealing with Thor.
The RV has been plagued with both workmanship as well as some basic design issues (way too many to list here); fortunately, we were able to have our basic warranty extended allowing us to shake out and fix all of these issues at both a local RV repair shop as well as the Thor factory service center in Indiana (this turned out to work out well since it removed the middle RV repair shop and Thor did superb work in their repairs) (over the course of almost 2 years). We are now at the end of almost 2 years of ownership and believe (hope) everything has been fixed now that we are off warranty.
So, in the end, we absolutely love our new Thor Super C but not without headaches and some additional expense along the way.
I hope this helps,