I am on my fourth camper. I have owned a Coachmen built before Forest River owned them, a Forest River Flagstaff, a Forest River Blue Ridge, and now I have moved backward in year model and price and bought a used 2007 Crossroads Cruiser.
I haven't had enough experience with Crossroads itself to speak, other than to say that the unit I have now is very well built for a mid-range camper. I have read that Crossroads has been bought out since that time and some feel that the quality and warranty have suffered since then. I will say that no matter what you buy, you should be prepared for some initial quality issues. They are all compromising craftsmanship in the name of churning more campers out and maximizing profits. The Blue Ridge we had was in the lower 60s MSRP, which was expensive to us. We spent the first 6 months of ownership running it back and forth to the dealer to have things fixed that should have left the factory fixed. You can read on any manufacturer's forum and you will see that all brands have the same problems.
I don't think price point matters that much. They will all have some initial quality issues. Your dealer is what will matter the most. Make sure you are buying from a dealer that has a reputation for taking care of their customer. A good dealer will catch most problems on the PDI (pre-delivery inspection) and you may never know about them. You can have good service out of any price point, I think. I would encourage you to build a shed to keep it under. Leaving them exposed to the elements all the time increases your chance of leaks, sun damage, dry rot, and the like.
Good luck with your new rig, and welcome to the forum!
Mike in Tennessee
2007 Cruiser 30QB
2008 Ford F250 Lariat 4x4 6.4 Powerstroke
Valley 16K slider
Ride-Rite air bags