I cleaned mine up when I hard wired my Inverter into the system, lots of loose wires and the relays were just laying on the floor, I remounted the transfer switch and the relays and bought some loom material and some loom clips, ended up with a bunch of copper for the recycle people, I also cleaned up the wiring on the control panel above the kitchen sink
Oh to be fair, he gave an option to buy an airplane and fly
I don't know he meant it in respect of leaving a safety hazard, but I think more so of not doing more harm than good by trying to re-route the wiring? If you got one of those Firefly systems and short something out you could be asking for big trouble. I don't know how the RV mechanics figure out what is going where with all of the clutter, but they figure it out. I think the larger point may have been that if all of the Thor's are like that, the Service people are use to dealing with it. Unless you plan to fix the wiring issues yourself, the Service techs may charge you the same whether you have cleaned it up or not. Simple tie wrapping of the obvious not withstanding.
You got my point! Not to sound sarcastic but, if you have an issue...fix it. If no issues...let it be. It's the nature of the beast...they're all built this way.
2018 THOR Chateau 35SF
Two Labs, Bugsie & Blondie