Yep. Nothing says motorhome "quality" like a moron with either zero education, or an ax to grind with management and the use of 50 staples retaining a piece of fiber board veneer. I like to think that to do poorly in high school shop class, moves you to chief of the assembly line in any Indiana motorhome manufacture's facility. My favorite? The industry standard 4" drywall screw mounting something very heavy, like a cabinet or a microwave to a 1/4" luan panel... It's best it the screw is also cammed out at installation making it impossible to remove.
This little engineering gem was held by one brad nail into the bottom side of the bathroom's composite counter top. Intended as a mounting surface for the trim out panel which apparently needed 50 staples. A little 2 part epoxy made the repair, but I'd still like to watch someone get a whipin' with a cat of nine tails.