We've owned two LazyDaze class Cs, a 22' and a 30', and loved them both. They were virtually trouble-free, and never had any roof problems because they're fiberglass. Ed Newton, the person who started LazyDaze, was originally in the aircraft industry and he was one of the first to use fiberglass sides and roofs. It is still family owned, now run by Ed's son. The employees stay forever because it's a good place to work, and their children also come into the business.
You mentioned being in southern California. LazyDaze is in Montclair/Pomona so a trip to the factory would be well worth your time. When we originally bought our Lazy Dazes we thought they were a better value than Born Free. I don't recall the first one having any issues when we got it. The second one had a toilet hookup wrong (hot water to the toilet!) and it was easily fixed with a phone call to the factory while we were driving home. One of the two later had an underbay door leak that we didn't know for a long time because we were in one of California's droughts. LazyDaze fixed it while we were on a trip out of the country. I don't recall ever having any other problems. The only reason we sold them was to move up to a Class A diesel pusher. We've recommended LazyDaze for a long time and would buy another one if we ever returned to a Class C.