I have owned a Fleetwood Discovery for four years. It is a 2002 37U and has about 10K miles on it. We have had so many problems with it that we hold our breath every time we take her out. Last weekend we were camping at a state park and I was thinking that we hadn't had any "issues" this year but then at 3AM on Sunday I heard a loud noise that sounded somewhat like radio "static" but which was actually the hot water supply line leaking in the bedroom floor. What I found was that when the coach was built, they shot a carpet staple into the water line just before where it passes under the wall into the bathroom. It took four years for the staple to corrode enough to let loose, I guess. I called Fleetwood and was told that the coach was too far out of warranty for them to help me with the repair. Seems to me that in all fairness, this was a hidden defect in workmanship and existed from day one. I have never been treated well by Fleetwood so I can't say that I was surprised but all I can say is beware of these guys. Thanks.