Check with your insurance carrier. Happened to me a couple of years ago. Friends came to visit while I was setting up after arriving. I had just rolled out the awning but had not yet adjusted the angle for water run off. Flash flood thunderstorm came along and I heard the loud pop as the support arm gave way. I called my agent just in case I had coverage for being asleep at the wheel. He said yes and that it happens quite often. The insurance company replaced the entire awning, support arms and all. Cost me my $250 deductible.
Terminology so that we are all on the same page.
Front landing gear raises and lowers the pin box to hitch and unhitch and to later level front to back. These jacks can be "pinned".
Stabilizer jacks are usually hand cranked down to stabilize unit after it is level and are not "pinned"
Hydraulic landing gear is not pinned. Electric landing gear is usually "pinned".
Next time you do your homework, you might have the wife check it for you. I would think you would have known that tidbit about Thor buying DVR. I think I would give you a C- at best for missing that in your research.
By the way, I have owned two HR products, Alumalite and Presidential fifth wheels and both were good units. Now own at MS and believe me as an owner of both brands, you are talking apples and oranges in comparison. The MS definitely is head and shoulders above the last Presidential I owned.
It's not the bugs, it's the bug juice that causes the problem. Screen will clog and engine will heat up some as mentioned in the earlier post. As a long time FL resident (60 yr), the best solution I have found so far is a good coat or two of wax. Wash off bug juice daily and you should be OK. And yes, I have tried the "dryer sheets", the "Pam" and a dozen other remedies but other problems are created when using some of the remedies. Keep the front end waxed and rinsed daily would be my advice.