As far as built quality.....probably not much difference, just buy what you like best.
With that said, make sure you catch all the obvious issues during the pre-purchase inspection and/or walkthrough. Then count on a few days it will take you to remove all drawers, covers etc. to clean up saw dust and construction debris in hidden places. You will also need a bunch of zip ties to secure and tidy up all wiring, etc. underneath.
That goes for any new RV. I spent probably 2 weekends on our new Four Winds but didn't have any issues during the 5 trips we took. Almost forgot, if you have a ducted AC system be ready for lots of snow (Styrofoam pebbles) all over the inside at first.
Retired "Quiet Professional". Lifetime HSUS and ASPCA member.