What Frank says. Make sure to perform a thorough PDI and do not take delivery unless it is dialed in. Remember, that one year warranty clock starts ticking the day you take delivery. So for example if a few things arenít working or there is damage if you take delivery because they tell you ďdonít worry, bring it back when convenient and we can get all those things fixed for you laterĒ and then you try to bring it back and their first available appointment is two months out and then they need to keep it for a month while they wait in parts then not only are you not using it but your warranty clock is ticking. Then when something breaks a year and two weeks from now it will not be covered.
Quality control has always been abysmal in the RV industry and now that they can sell anything they churn out because demand is so high it is likely even worse. And I bet sourcing replacement parts and finding qualified technicians is even harder too.
So in short I would not be concerned about making friends when you pick it up and I would make sure it is dialed in when you pull it off the lot.
Pay special attention to slide out operation, tank gauges, hvac thermostats and operations, etc. I have one thermostat sensor that is off by like five degrees which is annoying but can be dealt with. I would also ask them to turn the fridge on before you pick it up and verify both freezer and fridge are nice and cold when you get there. Then switch to propane and make sure that works too. Bring a laser temperature gun and check all the temps in the fridge and hvac vents.
Also have them show you all the A/V stuff and location for all dump valves too.
2018 Voltage 3305