I don't or haven't owned one, but I've worked on them and I've also worked on Fleetwood motorhomes. But your comparing apples to oranges. In other words there is no comparison of the two. Fleetwoods, unless you get into the American Eagles, are a lower entry motorhome compared to a Patriot Thunder.
I can tell you this, getting deep down inside of a Patriot Thunder and doing some rewiring (in otherwords the owner wanted an upgraded true sine wave inverter installed) they are extremely well built. Nothing is cheap, all the materials are top notch and Safari did not scrimp anywhere.
On the other hand the Fleetwoods are cheaply built. Again, deep down inside, the metal work is cheaper, lighter weight and the finish is not as good. Much of the metal panels I found were not primered, just painted over bare metal. Fleetwood uses a lot of wood where they should use either metal or fiberglass. This isn't to say Fleetwoods aren't okay but you get what you pay for.
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