For the price point, the NoBo is pretty good...I think the important parts of the camper are sound, just the framing inside and fit up are bad. Most of the shell components are cut on CNC so they are really good and the doors are good and seal well. I saw several Australian offroad campers that are phenominal, but they start at $40K and go up, if you can even find a dealer in the US. Id rather take the NoBo for $13k and use rest of the money for actual trips... For under $1000, I added a LP hot water heater shower, 200w solar with 2000w inverter, tongue tool box, extra 12v outlets, pouches for the walls, and removed the crap plastic sheet protecting the underbelly and added sheet metal instead. And added straps to the water tank because it bowed down real bad when full...its a nice 30 gal tank, which is pretty impressive for an 8' camper.Thanks for the info and pics. I was afraid of that. I have looked at an Intech Pursue before and it appeared to be really solidly constructed, however, I didn't look under the wall coverings.
Price wise, though, the NoBo seems to offer more value or amenities at least.
I guess it's a tradeoff between strong construction and convenience? I could be wrong about that.