Ron your comments regarding the valves make sense. Not sure we had difficulty getting them to work initially though. And glad you could get the lights
to work for you, no matter how I adjusted them it was futile. No big deal as there is plenty of other lights
, just disappointing is all.
Agreed on the brass fittings part, wasn't sure if your video was the same issue but it does make sense now.
One other thing I forgot to mention. We opted for the rear view camera and while at times it is useful it was also a huge disappointment for a litany of different reasons. First the image quality is terrible, not that I was expecting 1080p blu ray quality but the CMOS sensor in this thing has the look of a first generation device from the early 90's. At night its barely useable and if its raining at night its really unusable becoming more of a distraction than helpful. For that matter raining during the day drips so much water on the lens you can't really see what you're looking at. Unlike most vehicle back up cameras there are no "assist" to give one a clear indication of just how close you are to things before smacking them and given the wide angle view what you do see is quite distorted. All this means if you don't have someone helping and spotting you still have to get out of the TV and look at what you're doing. Then there's the monitor that goes in the TV. The attachment system is a cruel joke to say the least. The articulated arm that mounts the monitor to the windshield is an exercise in frustration at best. I can't fault Oliver
for this and who knows it may be the best thing going for this type of technology but I find it very difficult to recommend spending the money for it.