Ours is an Appalachian trailer from Ohio.
There have been a couple small issues with it, but as a whole we've been very happy.
Issues, one zerk has been replaced twice and is frozen again. No clue why.
The wiring harness was decent enough wiring, but it is supported by running thru washers welded to the frame. Also, it had some crimp style splices.
The screws they used to hold down the decking were hard. So hard, they were brittle and some broke. I've heard they changed screws since.
Well, just looked at their website and they now seem to have the "cut front corners". I did that on my green trailer and have always wished I had those corners and did the tongue slightly different. Only thing it gained me was more greed to load the trailer farther forward than I should at times. Enough so that every now and then I end up with too much load on the tongue to suit me.
So far the PJ C5 is looking good. Only thing I do not like is that they run 5 on 5" bolt pattern wheels and that would be different than all the other trailers I have. I much prefer to have fewer spare tires and wheels in service.
Two run 14.5" dayton style rims (like mobile home, but legit equipment trailer axles with legit equipment trailer tires).
The other three run 15" rims with 5 on 4.5" bolt pattern.
Current spare tire inventory is two per bolt pattern, since Dad and I both pull these trailers.