The RV lock brand is one of many of the same lock, marketed by different companies. I selected one on price point and quality of installation and operating instructions.
The key locks are real cheesy and it would not take the Lock Picking Lawyer on Youtube
15 seconds to get in, but the keypad is nice and eliminates one more key from your key ring and if you lock up to go for a hike or where ever, no key is needed to get back in. (I don't use fobs, hate the things). I still had issues programming the code, the instructions don't tell you that it has to be done twice in succession to take, but I finally got it.
Due to the way these are manufactured, they want to move around in the door, and I found that by taking the old plate that was on the door itself and trimming the upper and lower ends to allow it to fit inside the door, it gave a surface for the lock to seat on and became solid in the door.
When shutting my door, I pull on the handle to retract the striker and then give the door a gentle push and listen for the click of the striker, this way I have minimal wear on the lock, its all cheezy cast zinc or similar pot metal.