Some casing was installed in my home and I'm wondering if it needs to be redone to ever look good and well done. Caulking tends to give way from what I've seen and have read. I'm under the impression 1/16 inch is the standard for gaps. These have 1/8 inch gaps which I don't understand why it has to be that much off. A couple of the corners don't quite meet and the trim has been damaged by the nail gun. I'm also wondering about what looks like double holes from the nail gun as I've read some like to use finish nails so they can be neatly set. The holes are larger than the nail and jagged which is not what I'm familiar with from when my father used to do woodworking around the house. I think these were brads with the rectangular heads.
Does this look like quality and typically acceptable work to you that will be fine when finished? Because it doesn't to me. Here are a couple examples from two locations. I would also repair the drywall before installing casing. It would seem to need to be done beforehand for a quality job to be done, imo.
This is the bedroom door, left and right sides. You can see in this photo where some of a drywall tape repair is lifting.
A closet door. You can see the putty that was put in is already coming out.
So what do you think of the workmanship here?