Bish’s RV, Nampa, ID We tried to buy a camper from Bish’s Nampa Idaho!!. We [purchased a pop-up camper from Bish’s RV ($6500.00). We went to pick it up and they got it loaded onto our truck. Terry Faulter came into the show room and got us, saying everything was good to go. We DID NOT get a walk-through but assured everything was good. On our way home, people went around us and gestered to us. When we got home, we find that there are no lights nor turn signals working, and no lights inside. We live in Mountain Home. We called Bish’s and they were less than helpful. So instead of driving 120 miles, we took it to Terry’s RV here in Mountain Home and he said the cord ends were bent so that there was no way we could have lights. Terry’s RV fixed the problem and we have lights (to the tune of $234.00). (Jeff indicated that it was Robert Meyers who plugged in the cord. It wasn’t Robert as we were in the show room waiting to go home. Bish’s finally sent us a new 30amp cord and new bumpers for the front of the camper. We waited 2 weeks to get some steps. In the mean time – we set up a camping trip – so we loaded all our groceries, clothes, food, etc. and went out to fill the camper with fresh water. Water ran everywhere. We finally found that the tank had a split in it. We had to cancel our camping trip. We had to call Bish’s again and could bring back the camper last week (Wednesday September 23rd. We told them the tank had a split but it took them 5 hours to tell us (yes, there was a split in the tank). We sat there from 10 am to 3 pm Now they have our money and our camper. They won’t call us to tell us the camper has been repaired. We would never recommend Bish’s to anyone. We feel that they should pay the $234.00) They did give us a new battery, which should have been part of the deal to begin with also the 30 amp cord. We are out gas money for each trip. We get 10 miles to the gallon on our truck. I feel they should pay us some of the gas mileage.