Congratulations! Waiting IS the hardest part.
Now, on to the practical nature of this process...
Once the camper is delivered to your dealer, they will take some time to inspect and fix items that they find (assuming they are good). Then, they schedule a pickup with you. At that point, let them know you want to conduct your PDI and have a run through of the systems by a tech (which is a service they should provide anyway).
Print out a PDI checklist from FRF or somewhere else and plan on a few hours. Do not sign the acceptance paperwork until you have completed the inspection. Usually, everything goes smoothly except of a few inevitable minor items. But, occasionally, something BIG is found by you. They are more compelled to complete the warranty work ASAP if the sale has not been finalized.
Once home, do a night of driveway camping before your trip.
DW, 3 Kids and our Goldens
2012 Shamrock 233S
2008 Toyota Sequoia 5.7L 4WD