It's not about kicking anybody when their down! Playing the Martyr only goes so far!
Like I stated earlier, there are issues! Whether they have been addressed is not for me to worry about. But potential new owners who are asking for opinions should be! As well as informed
hence why I said, to explore options! Rv ownership is suppose to be fun, not drudgery! Nor should it be un-safe.
Every manufacture has issues! Even in the million dollar category! It's how those issues are addressed that will make or break the company! Not me or anyone else! Fix the issues, be humble about your product. Don't act like it's superior to proven product already established. It's just another option! There are ton's of rv options out there! NONE and I mean NONE are perfect! I have been in hundreds if not thousands of rv's. I follow the industry and know how it works. So I know when I see an issue. Like it or not, Parkliner
has issue's! Time will tell if they can "turn the corner" despite those issues. I wish them luck. But will not jump on board the Parkliner
band wagon just because a few people have had an ok experience. And I certainly won't recommend someone spend their hard earned money on something that I see issues with. Despite the fact that I think it could be a great floor plan! Sorry, that's the only thing I think it has going for it right now!
And one thing I know from being in business, attitude can make or break a business! You want to play in the sand box, be humble, be open to feedback, address that feedback without attitude and make it right! I am not of the thinking that the customer is always right, but when the issues are the same time after time. There is a problem!