Good thing you ARE handy! That's quite a list.
I have no doubt that my recently new TT had a list of similar issues at least a couple of pages long.
But I never saw it...."the list" (I did see a list for another TT bought the previous day)
What I'm actually saying is that while it is absolutely true that the manufacturing wasn't done by plumbers, electricians, and carpenters, but instead a bunch of RUSHED assemblers, there is no reason the dealership should deliver the TT to the customer and let them make that list (and repairs) while using it.
I've now been camping in mine for about 6 weeks straight. Other than a refrigerator light that occasionally doesn't come on when I open the door, I have a 100% functional TT. All systems working without issue.
Now, if the one set of dining booth window blinds, that didn't pass inspection, would ever get shipped,....
And I am curious about the long shower wall not being flat and snug against the wall, like the 2 short shower walls are. No sign of water leaking or such, but it seems weird that screws aren't holding that portion of the shower-shell solidly to the external wall.
Regardless, I too can be rather handy when necessary and I will avoid taking the thing in for service if at all possible.