Sounds like the deal Dish Network offered is pretty good, assuming that you own the tailgater and receiver for that $398. I looked around a little and that price is competitive.
Then there is the $7 per month for the receiver. That is the charge for another receiver added to your home account. If you go long periods without camping, you might be able to turn off that receiver sometimes.
As you can see, nobody agrees with you on this one.
And these people love to bash Camping World normally.
Face it. You have unreasonable expectations.
Call the manufacturer and get it taken care of already.
Why do you think transfer cases are rare?
The Wrangler is an excellent tow but a lousy drive. Rent one and take it for a 200 mile drive and see what you think.
I actually like Jeeps of all sorts but the Wrangler is a purpose built off roader.
Check out the Grand Cherokee since price is not a concern.
We just setup and towed our 2016 Chevy Colorado crew cab Z71.
Nice quiet ride when travelling in it. Lots of comfort goodies.
Weighs between 4100-4500 depending on how it is equipped.
It's so quiet and comfortable we could do a cross country trip in it.
The 4x4 has an electronic transfer case that can be put into neutral.
No limit on speed or length of tow.
We put a lot of stuff under the aftermarket bed cover to carry with us.
One of our friends puts a golf cart in his bed.