Couple of things, 1st look the coach over real good, if you find issues they agree to address get it done BEFORE you part with your $$$$. With a few exxeptions when the money changes hands you will find out there is no connection between the service manager and the sales manager. 2nd go ahead and beat the dealer up for all you can get on your deal they don't mind taking your $$$. Finally take time sell your coach out right you will do much better with no trade (the dealers have a lot full of them already). You might try Demartinie RV I delt with Tim Demartini a 5 years ago it was fun great guy, we ended up buying the F/T 2 miles from home. Happy hunting, I enjoy the buying process myself.