I’ve owned two- 2014 Vegas and 2016 Axis and have put 50,000 miles on them in 5 years. While I have had some issues - and from reading this and other forums I think your will have some no matter how much you pay for your coach- we have been very happy with the two RVs. From being in this forum for 5 years, I think the ones that are happiest with their coaches are those who are a little ‘handy’ around vehicles and enjoy doing their own work. In addition, the dealer you purchase from makes a big difference. For me Thor was very good about fixing almost anything in the first year warrantee period. If you have a good dealer, they will stand by and fix any problems and Thor will pay. A poor dealer will drag their feet, keep your coach for weeks and never fix it. After the first year you are ‘on your own’ except for warranties for separate systems in the coach (such as AC or furnace) that may have longer warranties. You are not purchasing a car. These coaches are put together one at a time and the quality control is not the same as a car. The price is good, the systems used in the coaches (for the most part) are very good and the quality control is mediocre to OK. Best advice is to go over the RV with a “fine tooth comb” before you accept it ... and don’t accept it until everything and I mean everything is fixed. If you can, take a friend who knows RVs along. We all want to overlook things when we do the walk through so we can take possession. Having another pair of eyes who is not intimately involved is priceless. All in all. we have had great times in our Vegas/Axis and we are heading out for Canada in the next month.