We bought our 2019 WindJammer before it was even 2019. It has pros and cons in every aspect.
The good parts is that it has endured as we live & work out of it.
It does have areas throughout that were not completely sealed when it was manufactured. So when you open an end cabinet, you can see a seam of daylight, or in the closet edge, or floor by the bed. Overall though,, it is nicely built, as far as woodwork & attractiveness. It didn't come w/a bedroom TV, but did come w/an outside grill attachment & fridge in the outside panel.
We've had to work on the sink a few times, cause seals didn't stay well, at all.
The landing gear was taken off due to, in Colorado we had some rough weather & it actually bent them, so they no longer worked. Like extremely intense winds, we did not stay in camper.
When purchased, the front slide out floor was bowed. Should have had them fix it, as it has gotten worse. Will have to be replaced. Can't use the warranty as we need the camper to live & work out of, and they keep it in shop a while, so husband will have to replace that himself.
It pulls ok, with some sway if speed gets up to much, but it's mainly because we have a F150 and we should have purchased a F250, but it does pull it fine, but at a slower speed.
Stove, microwave, sound system all work great.
Lacks some cabinet storage, but does have under the bed & behind the flat screen TV storage, which is very nice. And most is very sturdy built, that I can say w/confidence.
The rv furniture doesn't last long for heavier folks, just saying. It is really nice looking & cool, but we did have to replace it with some good, quality Ashley furniture. "Watch the fit" though. Back sofa has to be taken apart when we travel, pulling the slide-outs in. But fits real nice, otherwise. And the front door is wide enough to bring it in, if the backs are removable.
We pulled the table & chairs out and replaced with a small sized floor freezer & small desk & chair. Works great for us.
One if the best things is about this rv, it uses extremely low amounts of propane. If using electric, it has an electric hot water heater & frig, so you can go on either one; so unless you cook an extreme amount, we don't change out the propane for months & months. Wonderful on that!
Really decent & nice living space. Comfortable.
Beside the bed, in bedroom is a tad snug, but overall, real nice.
If I were to do it over again, we'd probably get a fifth wheel (again) instead of a bumper pull. (This is our fourth camper in all.)
The closet is nice, but not crazy about the "V" shaped shelf space. It's hard to place things manageablely in there. If you have 'OCD', you'll understand where I'm coming from on that.
Windows, in my opinion, are awesome! They did a great job on the structure and the blind-deals on the inside. They open and close easily & pretty-much are private, yet can be opened for a beautiful view. Tented on the outside.
Frig works great, propane & electric options.
Decent amount of outlets throughout the camper, which is real nice, and proves someone was thinking when it got built.
Fireplace is wonderful with great heat. Scenic fireplace. We seldom use the furnace at all, but it'san option, of course. And we've been all over. Colorado, New Mexico, Louisiana, Texas, etc.
Pulls nice and a pleasure & joy to own, with those few exceptions mentioned.
Bathroom is real nice. Shower is great, as well as toilet & sink. Toilet needs a good cleaning every so often, with running your hosev"inside" the house & through, so it can clean out any build up. Keep it smelling decent. We also use rv orange packs, "open & dump". Don't throw the sacks in there. They do not dissolve great & can build up over time, stopping up your tank. We also use some Pinesol to help with the oder every time we flush it out.
Steps coming into the rv are a bit steep. If you have knee or hip problems, I'd recommend them being replaced.
Well that's it. We love our rv, but would buy a fifth wheel, should we have done better research, but it's still real nice & depends on your taste.
Just a few notes, unsure if they'll be read, but they're out there.