Thanks so much to you all for your kind remarks. It feels like we've waited a long time for this to come in but I think it's been about 3 months, so not THAT bad.
The "Cozy Coach" is still in quarantine at the dealership while they take care of PDI and install the Winegard Trav'ler HD dish antenna. Due to the size of the dish, there is going to be a little custom mounting platform fabricated, as the dish will need to sit just off of center.
Very little "corrective" work is needed, but the dealership has gone over it with a fine tooth comb, as have we, and are taking care of the items that need addressing. They remove wheels and check brakes and assembly, fill and operate the water systems, faucets, toilet and tanks checking for leaks, run the stereo, TVs, both air conditioners, furnace, check the gas lines and function, check all cabinets, trim pieces, open and operate all awnings, etc. So far, we have been absolutely thrilled with the people and services at DesertMesa Autoplex - the Airstream dealer in the Phoenix area.
We should have it home next Monday or Tuesday.
We installed the recliners today and the fit could not be better. Absolutely magnificent. Comfort is superb. Our AS specialist sat down in one of the recliners and was afraid he would never be able to get up again. Great day at the dealership checking things out and exploring the functionality of these recliners.
The recliners are swivel, rocker, recliners. They swivel 360 degrees, rock when not reclined, and, of course, recline to nearly horizontal. The material is leather, very well made. And the comfort is as good as the best recliners I've ever had (we have/had a lot of recliners in the house.)
Anyway... enough blabbing... here is how the recliners look in the "Cozy Coach":
We love the ability to swivel around and check out the front view (which may be more entertaining at some places, than at others), as well:
We're surprised at how large the patio awning is. And love the fabric choice:
We think adding the window awning package was one of the best choices we made.
Once we get her home and "move in" I'll do some good quality photos throughout the coach. Eagerly awaiting the first tow to bring her home!