Initially, our family loved the layout, livability, and overall unit. But time had a different opinion. Just about every finished surface has issues. The wall covering laminate is letting go, caulking and sealant around the unit failed, even with consistent yearly maintenance, counter-tops bubbled, Formica trim retracted and adhesives failed. Fabrics lasted about 7 months before seams un-threaded and wainscotting separated. Warranty requests through the dealership were met with lukewarm at best responses by the manufacturer and included compromised repairs with us having to pay for labor (well into the $1000's) and the manufacturer covering materials (less than $1000). In hindsight, the reduced price on a prior year model (even with an extended warranty) was instantly offset by the defects at less than 2 years old, let alone the staggering costs at 4 years. The unit now requires a new roof and subframe due to substandard products that the manufacturer claims are "professional grade". Yet they only cover defects in the roof for 90 days from the date of purchase. Seems like the consumer is the only person that loses when they buy a Forest River. Dealerships get to charge astronomical service fees, hourly rates that exceed union carpenters, or mechanics at your local car dealership, the manufacturer is not liable for anything, and the extended warranties are written in Latin to obfuscate the layman. 100% will never consider a Forest River unit in the future. They are built to be throw-away units, at legacy prices. If you are in the market, just keep looking. It isn't worth the long-term price.