Congratulations on the new coach! Take your time during the pdi. Its difficult to do with all the excitement. Don't let them just point at things and tell you what they are for, make them turn them on and off including all the TVs and sound system including tuning in channels. Lots of little things can easily be missed like a faucet not working or a burner on the stove.
Also, an empty coach usually handles like crap. Much better after you load your "stuff"
and get a front end alignment. (FR will pay for this in the first 90 days) Consider doing the CHF for better sway control, and last but not least make sure your dealer has the correct air pressure in the tires. I left the dealer with 68 to 70 PSI in my tires.
Even after you leave you will still find things. Don't get discouraged, just keep a list.
2014 Georgetown 351DS
3 Boston Terriers, 1 Frenchie
Gonna miss you Toby. RIP