CONGRATULATIONS and welcome from Virginia Beach! On Monday we traded in our 2018 MicroLite 21FBRS for a 2020 Rockwood MiniLite 2205S (same camper as yours) because of the theater seating primarily. We had a thorough walkthrough, learning all the differences on the new trailer.
The gentleman recommended removing and leaving off the panels under the sink in the head and at the bottom of the cabinet between the head and the slide. That gives a little more storage, and more importantly, access to the back side of the water heater, water filter, and wintering valve on the water pump.
To hear TV audio through the stereo, you set the stereo to Video2. To watch a DVD, set the TV to HDMI2 (I believe). The TV does ID the stereo as a source.
The WiFi Ranger Sky4 was an easy set up, but I’m still looking for the router inside if it is even installed. PLEASE ask them if it’s in fact there, where it is and let me know.
Programming the TST display with the internal sensors was easy, and don’t forget to pair the spare. I did this at home and discovered the tires were uniformly inflated to 58 psi. No problem for me, I pumped them all up to 65 with air using my compressor at home. I would have them all (including the spare) checked at the dealer and have them top them up with nitrogen as they’re supposed to be full with N2 per their prominent sticker.
We tested all systems and I chose to not have them winterize it afterwards as we’re taking it out soon. If you’re not going out and there’s a threat of freezing, have them winterize it and watch so you know how to do it.
Propane tanks were full at delivery, and my Mopeka Tank Check confirmed that when I got home.
I transferred my Torklift solar battery box to the tray where their battery was mounted when I got home, and installed my Andersen WDH at the dealer before departing. I also transferred my observation camera from the old to the new camper before leaving the dealer.
Have fun! Looking forward to hearing about the Sky4 if you remember to ask.