The service thing is something that worried me because I came to understand that it is almost entirely dealer based and once you sign the contract ...the service dept. they touted while courting you...becomes a source of frustration. And heaven forbid you try to get service from somewhere you didn't buy from. We bought our Georgetown from 500 miles away due to a number of circumstances that included a BIG price differential with our "home" dealership which would have been 150 miles away. My thought was that most things are gonna happen on the road anyway and your dealer ain't gonna be much help.
The interesting thing was that in buying where I did....I found out AFTER the fact that they were part of the Priority RV service network which has 161 dealers who promise to treat you as their own customer for service if you show up at their place.
No charge....just buy your bus from a Priority dealer.
It has been cool to know that help is never too far away...and of course we have roadside service from Good Sam...so we can get there. Here's the link to the map of Priority dealers. Priority RV Network
Maybe one near you might be a good choice given your concerns.