2013 2810BHS. Overall- OK. ( get what you pay for)
Buy an expensive camper or spend the money upgrading what you have.
Ultimately, it’s cheaper to buy an old one and fix it how you want it. Unless you spend $60k or more.
Couch and seat cushions are terrible and the industry knows it. ( they don’t care)
AC and Water heaters are poorly made by design so you have to replace them. (Replaced both)
We use a surge protector, so far so good.
Countertops are particle board and delaminate when they get wet. (Another by design failure)
As for the roof, I went around all the edges with 6” eterna bond. (Roofs are designed to fail )
Side ports are flimsy and seals fall apart easily.
Slide works good, but rubber seal fell apart. (Replaced)
We don’t use the stove but it works ok.
Replaced the sink faucet because it literally cracked, not froze, just cracked. ( designed to fail)
Skylights cracked… designed to fail…
Windows have done ok.
We run a dehumidifier in the camper due to humid weather so the walls & wall paper are ok.
The slide out trim is weak and comes off easily. Screws would have solved that.
Shower stall cracked at 4 feet on wall. Poor material, cheaply made, designed to fail.
In cause you haven’t noticed, almost everything on a camper is designed to fail. It keeps the industry going
Changed out all the lights that got excessively hot to LED.
Changed on board battery to Li- Ion 100 amp hour battle born w 10 year warranty. Runs the lights and fridge for days.
Installed LED lights in all storage bins
Installed LED strips under camper for light at camp.
Recovered all furniture.
Upgraded mattresses to memory foam
Added rack for honey pot transport
Added spare tire rack.
Added upgraded bumper to haul boat behind camper
Upgraded blinds to black outs
Installed 2 LED flat screens
Buy an expensive camper or spend the money and upgrade.