We bought a 29L in March. This was our first A, after owning a 5er and 2 bumper pulls. Out the gate, I installed front and rear sumo springs, safe-t-plus, and did the CHF. I also installed an automatic transfer switch for the generator. Not sure why this unit doesnít come with one installed, but it is an absolute must. With all of the upgrades, we absolutely LOVE the unit. Others have had bad experiences, but I truly believe itís all relative. Having owned several campers already, our expectations for quality control were very low. As such, we were pleasantly surprised. Weíve put almost 8k miles on the unit, and have camped in it a collective 37 days. The only issue we had was a leaking fitting on the water manifold when we run the pump. That was a super easy fix...just tightened it up. Otherwise remember, this absolutely is an entry model class A. Itís not a diesel pusher so it doesnít have air ride suspension and the engine is in the front. Itís a bit louder than my 2016 ram 2500 with the Diesel engine was, but not much. My wife and I can comfortably converse without yelling, even when Iím not wearing my hearing aids. The house AC is MUCH quieter than any camper Iíve had before, and really keeps the unit cool. I did replace the thermostat with a digital Bluetooth unit, which was a nice upgrade. The head unit in the dash is substandard, so I replaced it with an android unit with Apple CarPlay and a 10Ē screen. I also put the rear view camera on its own switch so I can force it anytime I want. This has proven to be a great setup when flat towing our 4door Jeep Wrangler. Aside from the CB radio, we havenít done anything else, and absolutely love it. BTW, I highly recommend the sumo springs and safe-t-plus. Night and day difference that makes driving this thing fun.