1. I feel insulated (double pane) windows are worth the price.
3. In reviewing the forum, I have not found much conversation regarding the quality of P.C.'s full body paint. Pictures can be deceptive regarding a good quality paint process.
Your feedback and opinions will be appreciated.
Johnny & Kathey
We have the thermal glass and love it for sound, heat, and cold, and they are effective in all three categories so I "Do" recommend them.
We have the full body paint job and it is now 8 years old. Keep in-mind our rig stays in a garage when not on trips so I can't say how it holds up from the sun constantly beating on it. The quality of the paint work is excellent when considering what they are painting. The different colors meet each other perfectly with clean lines. You can feel a very smooth clean edge where colors meet but ever so little. The materials painted vary so the sheen varies. Some steel, some plastic, some fiberglass, some caulk. They paint over every irregular surface including seam work. I don't know how they do it, but it's all aligned from one surface to another so well like a laser beam was involved. It won't be the finish of a new Chevy, but dang good looking. There is a little over-spray here and there but very acceptable to me. Keep in-mind the paint work is only outside. If you open any door, the jamb will be plain white, including the cab area. The same for storage compartment jambs, gas door, and other things. Over the years as our rig has bounced many thousands of miles, the caulk in the seam work flexes ever-so-slightly that there is some fractured paint there. It is not flaking or loose, and is not gaudy looking....at least not yet. You'll notice it only if looking for it.
I was very happy to get the full body paint job back then and 8 years later, still feel the same about it. It looks real sharp. Back in 2007, I got the paint job 1/3 off the regular price which made the choice easy.
Eight years and counting and no regrets here.
I always thought that even plain white, it would be worth doing. Paint the RV portion to match the plain white cab up front. That will keep real easy for cleaning & waxing, and no fading of plastic and such. White to match the cab white would look most "Production" like, and likely would hold up the best with the sun. I would think plain white would be significantly cheaper too given the cab is left alone, and no change and details with the different colors either.