You are getting lots of good advice so I'll try not to repeat. I have had a Jayco and a Coleman awning. We only got caught one time (out of 800 camping days) with a wind coming up in the middle of the night and wrecked it. We used it all the time.Rolled it out and it doesn’t look too robust. Do you guys use yours? Thinking of just bringing my 10x10 pop up shelter from my tent days. Any way to shore that thing up so it might not fall apart after a few uses? Looks like a slight wind will start the decline of its usefulness . Pup model is in mu sig.
Interestingly, a key element was the screening. That served to weigh down and counterbalance updrafts making the setup very stable (as awnings go). It also deflected enough wind and rain to make it usable in inclement weather. The provided panels could be shut to address the wind / rain direction. It was extremely useful.
When replacing after our one mishap, I got a used Coleman and put it on the Jayco. Easy install for even the modestly handy person.
No question that quality varies and care is needed, but you will enjoy using an awning / screen room for the extra living space it provides. If you have the room in your TV bring the stand alone canopy as well. It is nice to have over the picnic table and you can just drop it down if in the light rain or at night.