I haven't done a comparative analysis of the trailers in terms of quality however I amazed by the current brands I've used and seen.
We've spent 6 months in both a 1995 Casita
16 and a 1991 Scamp
16. If you didn't know their ages, you'd have thought they were new. We've given dozens of tours in the last year or so and no one ever believes us when we tell their ages. In both cases everything worked and worked well.
Equally amazing to me is all the older rigs I've seen at Fiberglass Rallies that are in great shape after 40 years. The Fiberglass design approach simply provides a strong core.
At the last Fiberglass rally
I had the opportunity to inspect a couple of Escapes and an Eggcamper
, both well manufactured rigs. To me a good part of choosing a trailer comes down to individual desires and likes as much as anything not to mention the size of your wallet.
We were comfortable in the Casita
and now in the Scamp
and I'm sure we'd be comfortable in an Escapee or Egg. I will say I have yet to see a trailer that doesn't require modification to meet our personal needs but that's not a quality issue.
Once you've made the decision to go fiberglass, you have chosen quality.