Thanks everyone! Wish I could say it went without a hitch (overused pun here?) but we had/have issues.
When we went through the trailer, we noticed large creases/dents on the inside ceiling on both sides of the large bubble window. Don't remember seeing those when we first viewed it in dealership. The service manager took photos and marked it on deficiency list. Said the whole wall/ceiling will be replaced.
After going through everything we were finally ready to leave and found out signal lights weren't working right. They would only work if the brake pedal was touched first. It wasn't a trailer problem. I have never towed before, so after a nervous drive hauling the trailer across the city through rush hour/construction traffic we made it to the place that installed hitch, 5 minutes before they close. Great place and they checked it and installed a power converter and all was good.
Finally made it home and set it up to start packing it with our stuff. After setting it up we see some big marks on both sides of inside ceiling. The marks were right through the paint. Some serious rubbing going on wen the trailer is down.
The service manager said the side to be replaced likely won't be here until the Fall so go ahead and use it until it comes in. Now I'm thinking both side will need replacing.
DW is still excited, we're heading out today. I'm a little nervous about what's going to happen now. I will call the service manager and send the photos as soon as they open. There were slight marks in these locations before that were noted on some paper work, but obviously hauling it shows there are some pressure points with something not aligning properly.
Sorry for long post. I'm still excited to go out, and so is my son who could care less about the black marks
Let's hope the dealership will take the issue seriously, they have been great so far.
PastorGlen, congrats on the trailer, I'm sure your pickup will go well.
Sorry for the long post, I'll update on progress and go have some camping beers to see if I can ease my mind.