Exterior. The arms on the slide canopy were installed wrong resulting in one of the arms tearing loose from the slide completely and bending a vertical aluminum trim piece. To access the gas supply for the grill, crawl under the trailer to connect. Who in the name of common sense puts the water connections above the power connection? Dumbest thing I ever saw on a camper. Nice storage with a light. 2nd. dumbest thing, to put an inverter behind a piece of paneling in the storage area. Once you find it and test it, it was dead. That must be why they buried it. Explained our other electrical questions. It needs to be visible and accessible. Lets go inside. Dry bath is good except for the crappy sink set and bowl which was replaced by me. Door was hinge bound and would not latch, strike side of jamb not glued, repaired by me, mouldings cut short and cheap, cheap flimsy skylight which failed. Antennae leaked water on to the microwave. Cheap leaky sink set replaced by me. The fridge fell out due to no upper mounting bracket. Factory instead ran a 3" wood screw through the closet wall into the side of the fridge. Several drawer glide frame supports had to be redone as well as the small shelf at the end of the cabinet which was held up by the paneling. Repaired by me. Fit and finish of the cabinets was high school quality. Button lights need a dimmer. At the end of 1 year we are close to getting most of the punch list completed. The main concern for me is the large ripple in my roof that goes from my front vent to the side of the trailer. Factory said not to fix, no problem. This trailer should have never left the plant. Q.C. was not on duty when this cluster was built or is this typical, acceptable construction for F.R.?