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.
We were there March 10-14. probably same time as you.
We were on the beach in a spot right after you make the left turn.
The weather did not cooperate the whole time and the 'ocean' side of the town had warnings.
Since we were on the bay side, all the kids were able to play on our little beach all weekend.
Had a great time.
Yes it is expensive.
Maybe this one?
Or this one?
We were at a RV park in Tuscaloosa (i think) and the sites looked pretty level.
But our rear tires tried to come off the ground when we autoleveled.
Many others were doing the same.
We had to put a couple boards under the tires and manual level to make sure the rear tires stayed in contact.