My quest for a late-model CF Bayside or Utah took me to another dealership today, where a 2009 Utah was available for a very competitive price. The unit looked decent, but I left feeling indecisive, and wonder if I'm being too picky. It's possible, so I want a reality check from all of you. I admit to being paranoid about the possibility of purchasing another problem pup. There were some minor defects on the Utah that I too note of with photos. Some of the issues were also present on the 2008 Bayside I looked at. I'm wondering if some of these "issues" I observe are just par for the course. Are any of these items worthy of my concern or indicative of a larger problem? Or should I stop being so particular? Not pictured, but also an annoyance, were the broken, missing, or warped cabinet latches (which seem prevalent on CF's). Are there easy-to-find replacements for those? I also thought the bunk ends seemed really bouncy, and one didn't want to stay out all of the way - it would come back in ever so slightly - causing problems with the swing-down galley. Is that normal? There was a lot more "give" to the ends than we ever had with the Jayco. Caps missing from bunk-end canvas rivets [/url] MissingRivetCover by MIGirl2012, on Flickr[/img] Electrical in the storage compartment that was held up with lots of duct tape? There was more that didn't make it in the photo. [/url] DuctTape by MIGirl2012, on Flickr Bunk-track ends that are bowed out - is this normal on CF's? [/url] BunkTrack by MIGirl2012, on Flickr Top-down view of another bunk-track end - maybe they are supposed to look like this? [/url] BunkTrack1 by MIGirl2012, on Flickr This was on the hot water heater area. I'm guessing it's a rusty hex nut for the anode rod? Should I be wary, or is it OK? [/url] Anode by MIGirl2012, on Flickr Rusty storage latches - obviously just a cosmetic defect. This one wasn't nearly as bad as what I saw on the 2008 Bayside. But, do they all end up like that? [/url] RustyLatch by MIGirl2012, on Flickr Scraping along the inside of the bunk track - possibly caused by a defective bed wedgie? [/url] BunkTrack2 by MIGirl2012, on Flickr Sorry for such a long post, but I thought photos would be helpful. Thanks!