We made our first trip in our 233s this weekend and it went great. The weather was fantastic so we weren't able to test how it holds up in the rain, but I'm sure there will be plenty of opportunity to do so in the future.
The only 'negative' from the camper perspective was low water pressure in the bathroom sink. We were on city water and all of the other faucets/showers work fine with plenty of pressure. In fact, I swear the bathroom sink was running fine when we first set up and I was running some water as a test. I'm convinced there is some debris or something in the aerator. I didn't have a tool to remove the aerator and I tried by hand, but it wasn't moving. I was reminded of how cheap the faucets are on these units and was afraid I would break them is I tried to turn too hard. So, I've got something on my to do list before the next trip.
During our walk-through, the person doing the walk through suggested we bring our mattresses inside and not try to fold them up and leave them connected to the fold-outs as it would be 'next to impossible' to do so. Having seen the video from RVWholesalers, I thought I'd give it a try anyway and it went very smoothly. Not sure why the dealer was so adamant about not using this method - he was very good with everything else and very knowledgable.
Overall, we had a great time. Bunks were comfortable, everything short of the bathroom sink work as planned, plenty of space throughout. We can't wait for our next trip.
Thanks for reading - and if cleaning the aerator doesn't fix my problem, look for me to be posting more details on this site. It's a great forum for a great camper!