My list was almost as long as yours. Like they say, If you are not handy with tools and have an idea of how thing work you shouldn't have an RV. My 242RESL had just the layout we were looking for but the headaches never went away. The dealer took care of the counter top and fixed the kink in the gas line to the fridge. It took them 5 weeks to figure out the gas line thing. The suspension was the other pain in the rear as the Plastic bushings went south out just after the 1st year. The next thing to fix/replace is the front cap as the delamination started to rear its head last year. I guess its a good thing I am retired and have the ability and know-how to address all these issues.
Its to bad the industry doesn't have a better Quality control than what they currently have. Didn't mean to rant but man I feel better.