First of all Trick... my sympathies. Been there - done that.
On our maiden voyage, I scratched a door & broke out a piece aound the rear wheel on a low bridge abutment. Then the door plain & simply fell off. The design defect was to be covered by warantee. Six months later, the door came in but wrong dimensions. Several more months got me good door but dealer butchered the paint match.
couple more months & another door broke off. I got Gulf Stream's undivided attention. They ordered a complete set of new compartment doors all the way around. And yes, they needed 6 to 8 weeks. The rest is good history as the Factory took care of the replacement & painting.
Why so long? The compartment doors are actually made by another company for Gulf Stream, to Gulf Stream drawings. From the excellent quality of the current supplier, I expect they are very busy. Hence the 6 week delay. Also, every model, & maybe even each year requires a different set of compartment door sets, so they ARE custom made.
Hope that helps a tad, though a damaged coach is never going to feel good.