Some of these will be nits:
He stated that the 30A shore power outlet cover unscrews. That's not exactly true as it is a French Interrupted Screw that allows the cover to be aligned w/ the slots and turned a partial turn CW. Similar to large gun breeches
My table leg is stored in the rear overhead locker in a plastic clip.
He states that the AC outlet on the floor is the only one powered by the inverter. The outlets for the TVs on mine are also powered by the inverter.
In discussing the blinds, he failed to mention how to increase the friction holding by tightening the strings.
In his discussion of the inverters, he states that you can keep the settings that Airstream sets. From discussions I've read on this forum that may not be optimum.
While I'm not positive on this, I thought the solar would also keep the starting battery charge.
While the picture on leveling shows it, he might have mentioned that the entire tire footprint should be on the leveling blocks.
He could have shown which direction to push the seat rotation levers. I mention this because the first time I tried on my front seats, the lever wouldn't budge in either direction. After checking w/ my salesman for the proper direction, I had to use a rubber hammer to break it loose.
Wondered why he didn't show the solar controller panel while he discussed it.
In the discussion re: emptying the fresh water tank, he stated that one could just pump it thru the faucets 'til it was empty. If full then one should also allow some to go to the black water tank as the grey water tank capacity is less that the fresh water tank capacity. Several of us know what happens when you inadvertently fill the grey water tank. Guess he should have mentioned the galley sink water valve interference w/ the cover and the possible ensuing disaster if not pushed down.
All in all tho I found the book informative and wished I had it three years ago.