Congratulations on the purchase.
Generally the inspection is for BEFORE you buy the camper, rather than after.
The idea is that they can look for soft spots in the floor or other issues in the camper for you, so you don't have to travel to see it yourself. We've done this a couple times now - we bought one after an inspection like this, and had people look at two others for us. Much cheaper and faster than it would've been to travel to those trailers to look at them.
But I'm sure someone in the vicinity wouldn't mind coming over to see what you have and give suggestions. Airstreamers generally love seeing other Airstreams.