Another thing to think about doing if you purchase from a dealer that is not close is plan on spending a couple of days at a campground close by them when you pick the unit up. Make sure you do a real good PDI, make sure every thing works (open the awning, fill the water tank, fire up the water heater, etc). Camp for a couple of days, and if you find an issue, you can take it back to the selling dealer. Our first new unit (TT) was purchased from a dealer 5.5 hrs away from home. Only one issue found after leaving the dealer (fiberglass cap issue). They sent someone to the campground we were staying at close by and fixed it on site. Great service from PECO Campers / Starcraft in Tucker GA!
Chuck Roder & Family
'07 Surveyor SV-235RS & '03 Chevy TrailBlazer EXT LT V8
High Springs, FL.