We had a Voyager rear camera installed, our dinette area changed with a recliner and a custom cut of the original table that looks amazing, and several warranty items including a pressurized leak check as the clearance lights replaced by the dealer had a few pinhole leaks, repair of the door which required a complete deconstruction/reconstruction including new deadbolt lock and moved striker, checked FW tank for leaks (surprise - Micropulse :-) - all recalibrated and working for now) - lots of other one off stuff - all in 2 days. Bill was our service guy and he was fantastic. Explained everything, patiently answered questions, treated the trailer like it was his own and treated us like the most important people on the planet.
I opted out of the external propane hookup - first, by law, they have to put it on the non-awning side as it is illegal to use a grill under the awning (their words, not mine) and while I don't grill under the awning, I certainly don't grill on the sewer side! Plus, the hose wouldn't have been all that long - just seemed like carrying a 1lb propane tank isn't that big a deal after all.
This is the upgraded "great room" as DW calls it :-)
The recliner is the one they use in the 30'ers. The table was custom cut by Jim (what a great guy - equally great with us every step of the way and a bit of a perfectionist which you want for stuff like this). We talked about what we wanted and I gave him some ideas. He cut out a test version from scrap wood before committing and DESPITE the fact that it looks like a grand piano (which I suggested to DW before we even went to Jackson - an idea she hated) she really loves it now too! :-)
Oh - and the tour with Don was a real treat because of him - in his 54th year with the company!