First the owner and the guys he's using at The Dealer were really quite good. Owner was responsive, and the folks at The Dealer let you park your car there. They are friendly, professional, and put me a little at ease with the transaction. Outdoorsy has you upload pictures of little dings and scratches that makes it seem like there could be an argument over every little thing. It's an older rig that has it's dings and scratches, so that could be a problem, but they put me at ease and it wasn't. The only reason it's not 5 stars is that it's an older rig, and they should probably have an easier troubleshooting tips for new drivers or something. There no manual even. So when the "check engine" light came on, we were literally googling as to what to do. Google suggested it's a sensor problem, not the old issue where it could be something bigger, and sure enough after some cold starts it went away. Then there's the stink. On the second day, it stunk. It was the first day we used the grey water, and we wrestled around and googled and it seemed like if you wetted it, then dried it, it could stink, so we kept some in the grey water and it went away. It spooked us enough we never used the black water at all. But on night 7, the stink came back. And badly. We were hooked up, we had been using only grey all week, and the evening was fine. Our best guess is that we were exactly level and some water went into a new area or something and when it cooled at night, the air didn't flow right and it stunk. In the morning, it still stunk, but largely went away, but we wrestled with it for a while. Again back to google. It's possible this is just the world of RV's, and being our first time ever in an RV, we just need to get used to occasional issues; from online it kind of seems like that. But a simply placard with do's and dont's (don't leave propane on while driving, e.g.) would go a long way here. Also, the cabinets were new, but they don't close securely enough, so bring the blue tape like another review said, pretty important to tape them shut.