The title says it all, I bought a 2009 Wells Cargo Road Force 20' trailer and it was a friday night trailer. When I went to pick it up I did a quick inspection and when they intalled the e-track they missed the stud a bunch of times (in excess of 10 times) and drilled right through the floor of the trailer. You can see the road through the bottom of the trailer and I mentioned it was sloppy and they said "put some wood putty in the holes." I was dissapointed but that was seemingly the only thing wrong until I went on a ladder this weekend to do some preventative maintenance. I know a guy that builds these and he mad the suggestion of coating the seams of the roof with aluminum roof coating and putting clearseal on the 1/4 bolts that hold the rail running along the top (on top of the butyl tape). When I went up there I noticed rust and decided to take a closer look. Almost none of the bolts were in securely, so water sat and rusted them, the rail, which should make a complete rectangle was cut too short and instead of getting another piece they put it on anyway and just put a giant amount of of the gray sealant they they use along the seams. Additionally, when I was tightening the bolts along the top I noticed many of them were not gripping anything, so they missed the metal channeling that it was supposed ot be secured to. Along one of the edges they missed 3 of them in a row, causing the rail to be loose, only being held by the butyl tape. It felt really loose and Im sure in time if I didnt remedy it, it would have come free and caused a lot of leaking. Not many products are perfect these days, but after dropping $7200 on this trailer I am really disappointed to find how low the quality of this trailer was. Many members on here tout the quality of Wells Cargo trailers and I expected a lot more. I am wondering if people just dont look closely at this stuff or did I get a bad trailer? I spent some seriuos time and money to make this right becuase after i tightend everything up, air pockets developed in the caulk so I recaulked the whole roof and bought additional screws and bolts to make sure everythin was secure. I was going to complain to the dealer but was wondering if maybe my expectations were to high? The guy at the factory told me they cut a lot of jobs so maybe the quality is suffering. Anyway I was wondering if anyone else had any problems like this and what action they took.