Well HD, let's see. Ok, right off the bat (kinda embarrassed to say this) but here goes. When we backed onto our concrete site, it was immediately obvious that the left side was a little lower than the right, and when I inspected it, I observed that the pad had cracked and had made the site a little uneven. It didn't look too bad so I unhooked the truck, followed the directions on the automatic leveling system, and hit the button. The left side jacks started extending...and extended...and extended...I thought hmmm. I knelt down and watched the left side tires. To my horror, I started seeing daylight under the tires and immediately ran to the leveling system and did the manual overide and manually brought the wheels back down to earth and muttered some stuff to myself I probably shouldn't say on here.
Long story short, after some maneuvering around and blocking up the left side, the automatic leveling system did finally work like a charm and after a short delay, we were back in business. Moral of the story: when the dealer tells you that your days of running one side wheels up on 2x4's are over? Smile, say "ok" and then do it the right way when you get to your potentially uneven site.
Other than that, the hot water heater didn't seem to heat the water as hot as I'd like it (it was bearable but could have been a bit hotter it seemed). I researched that model for an adjustable thermostat, but honestly, I think it's factory set. Calling the dealership about that one.
So, with the exception of some possible
"operator error" and a needed thermostat adjustment, our weekend was awesome and the whole family enjoyed the heck out of the camper.
By the way, sorry to hear about the shade. I'm vertically challenged so I don't have to worry about that much. haha.
As far as the netting in the pantry? I'd rather get those extendable bars that press against the outside walls. I think that netting would be cumbersome and get in the way. Just my 2 cents.