Update: Although I have not taken custody, I was told they have found the source of the leak and have made the repair. Technician said it was the seam where the face of the RV meets the roof line. I thought it was the windshield, but apparently it was not. I was able to go into my unit at the dealer and it was outside and had been raining for a couple days. I suspect if it was going to still leak it would have done so. Now I just need them to finish the paperwork on Monday so I can regain custody.
Trempert: I will post a separate thread for that, but for your convenience I will tell you here. My unit has a very long slide (it is nearly the entire length of the unit). Sliding in and out was causing "some" of the long slide units to develop a ripple in the bottom edge of the slide. Visually, they were wavy. Mine wasn't yet, but they fixed it anyway. Here's the fix: under the entire edge of the slide they place a piece of angle iron. You can't see it because there is a small piece of fascia that hides it. But it should prevent the ripple from developing.
2011 Georgetown 337
2009 HD FLHTCU
2007 HD FXSTC