Congrats on the new motor home. I'm a Fleetwood Discovery owner, and while this rig (new when I bought it) has had a few bugs initially, I'm still very happy with it.
I too bought a new holdover. I highly recommend that you have the house batteries load tested. Mine had poor lot maintenance and had to be replaced. (Dealer paid.) This has nothing to do with brand of coach. It's all about how they are maintained while on a dealer lot.
I would also highly recommend that you have the front end aligned AT the dealership BEFORE you sign. If possible (if you will have all of your basement stuff with you from your current coach) load it up first, then weigh all 4 corners, then align.
I say this bc mine was badly misaligned and caused me to purchase new front tires and alignment. I was not over weight--in fact I'm 900lbs underweight on the front axle. Unfortunately Fleetwood would not cover this. Their manual, I was told, clearly states that owners are supposed to align their coach immediately after purchase. Really? Yup. That suggests to me that they don't realign the chassis after they put the motor home on it. They claim that they do...but then why this requirement in the manual??
Just my experience and 2 cents. FW does make fine motorhomes. The alignment thing irks me, but otherwise I think they do a reasonable job on the build and cust support for the first year. I think the value for the buck is certainly good.
2013 Fleetwood Discovery 40G, Cummins ISL,Freightliner Chassis, Allison 3000.
2009 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Toad w/ Blue Ox Aventa tow bar and M&G Braking System