I own a 1997 Dodge PleasureWay. I'd advise taking it for a highway drive and see how it handles. Some comments have included "white knuckle" driving and "sloppy wander." I believe this varies quite a bit. Steering is light because it has a kind of "all time" power steering where the full impact of PS is felt continuously (as opposed to the more common type where the power impact is felt more on the low speed end and less on high speed). My 97 handles pretty well. I can take hands off the wheel at highway speeds and it just keeps going where it's pointed. Many factors play into it. Wheel alignment, tire pressure, airbag pressure, worn steering components including worn steering box.
I'm happy with the PW. The fit on the RV side is very good. PW sources the components. Meaning Dometic fridge, Suburban water heater, etc. Those are found on many makes of RVs so not unique to PW.