I just did the PDI on my new TT. It took me and my girlfriend 6 hours working together. She did the interior and i did the outside.
They tried to charge me three hours labor. I refused. And this was after warning them that it was going to take a long time and offering them my PDI. I had to unhook the trailer and start to drive off before the service manager relented.
They will try to rush you out in 30 minutes. Don't let them. Do not pay until all the items on your list are completed to your satisfaction. I left it an extra day so the things that could be done, were done.
I still have a bunch of items that will still need to fixed by my local dealer but they all required new parts.
Here is a link to the PDI list I used. Also make note of the age of the tires. Mine were already a year old. It is a four digit code stamped into the sidewalls.
Good luck and my best advice, do not get emotionally attached to the RV. Just do your inspection. Your will have plenty of time later to ooo and aaaa. And do not pay until you are happy with everything either being fixed or at least documented. Make sure everything goes on a Repair Order.
2016 Jayco Eagle 330RSTS = "Madame Maxime
Maxxis M8008 E rated Tires and 16" Wheel Upgrade
Dual A/C, 14K Equalizer WD hitch with SC
King Bed with Java Interior, (2X) Yamaha EF2000isV2
2012 Ram 4500, 6.7L Cummins TD, MegaCab = "Hagrid
360 degree Virtual Tour