The weight police on RV.net tore me to pieces but I had others saying I was okay. You just have to do what you feel is best for you and your family.
What I would have them check
Hot water heater - make sure the winterizing value isn't closed (happened no mine no hot water)
Check AC air ducts make sure a lot of air is going thru, our bedroom vent was 90% blocked due to duct tape.
When you test generator check fuel gauges, they had my reversed.
Check drawer under fridge, by design its week and will break. They had to rebuild with thicker wood.
One thing I didn't like was there is no emergency exit from bedroom, the window is big enuf but you would have to kick it out.
The emergency window is above the couch right across from two doors leading outside, seems stupid to me. If there is a fire in the galley your trapped in the bedroom, so you have to kick out the window?
Make sure the slides go in and out smoothly, they forgot to lbue them and they sounded like hell. I was thiking if they are this bad the first time I run them what about the 100Th!
hmm... I think that was the biggies, you can look back in my other post for some others I can't think of.
For fun see how many times you start to open and close the closet slideout when you think your reaching for the light swtich!
Overall I love the rig!!!! lol
I know I just beat up on it a bit, and yes I think they could have checked these things before hand but as I expected it so no biggie.