I just checked them out....and was really pleased with what I saw. Craftmanship inside and outside, what can I say they pay attendtion to detail. The Aluminum frame and welds are spoton. The wiring inside is setup for easy access. Spray foam inside and under is key...aluminum is the only way i would go after looking at competitors. Wheel assembly is designed for maintenance and easy part or whole replacement. The wheel assembly is unique, as I have not seen one like this. Diamond plate all the way around. .050 aluminum...not a wave in the sides like i have seen with other aluminum smooth sided wheelhouses. I actually like the rubber roof, if you have ever seen and RV roof go bad...they are not as thick as this one or as durable....All in all the positive blow away what I could find as negative. One thing you would never have to worry about is rust....the wheel assembly is also powder coated...and you really cant beat the weight...(makes the wife feel better that these are probably 30-40% lighter than some of the competitors while being out on the ice)
Negative thing..if you have to change a tire it is interesting with the leaf spring and the wheel box, not difficult, but not as easy as jacking and pulling lug nuts.. ..the electric jacks are better than cranking but i would like to see it operate up at LOW in -34 before I sink the price they are charging. Price would also think that LED
Lights would be used inside and out but that is not the case, but maybe an option.
Would defintely like to try one out before buying or be interested in talking to someone who has one...I am going to check out one more Aluminum wheelhouse builder up north before sinking the $$$