Overall I wouldd rate this unit 3.5 out of 5, mainly because of the marginal build quality of the trailer. I would rate it 2.5 on its own but my local dealer, Thompson RV has been extremely responsive to fixing issues, so my overall experience has been better. Even so, they had to work on it for over a month repairing issues before I would even think about taking delivery of the unit. A list of those issues were:
-replacement of the rear half of the lower foam insulated floor due to excessive bulging and excessive foam discharge
-sanding and painting of the rear bike rack, front hitch, and rear bumper due to excessive rust
-replacement of the outdoor kitchen latches due to excessive corrosion
-misaligned / bent black tank flush connector
-misaligned exit window that was not sealing.
Once I got the trailer, the items that were found during the first hour of the first day trip out and are currently under repair are:
-non functioning water pump
-poor inner fridge performance (nor cool brand)
-creaky floor near the kitchen sink cabinets
-delaminating floor/bubbles in the linoleum
Overall the coach is well appointed, pleasing to the eye inside and out, and carries a high level of standard equipment that other comparable lines offer as options. However the quality level that I was promised and expecting simply is not there. As a result, I would not recommend this product to others at the current time.
Needless to say, this will be my first and last jayco product, and I will be looking to trade into another trailer in 2-3years when the original warranty expires. If you are okay with minor to moderate issues, and willing to run back and forth to the dealer, Jayco might be for you. However for $10K less, keystone, and coachman have similar layouts with comparable, not equal, levels of appointment and options.
What I do recommend is that you do extensive research online before making a purchase. I could not find much feedback on the 314bhds this winter, so my intent is to get this information out the for prospective buyers of the jayco eagle TT series, so they can better understand what they are purchasing
Do not assume jayco builds a quality product., or trust sales information. Research, research, research. Talk to as many others to level expectations, and use that information as leverage in purchase price negotiation!