I officially purchased my 2014 Thor 34e Hurricane from Camping World in Anniston, AL. I did that only because they had an "old inventory" model for $48,000 below their originally posted MSRP! Making it worth a 6 day "mini vacation" in Orlando and then quickly driving it home across the country in 4 days to get back to work!
I live in CA, and had all warranty work performed by Thor dealerships that were conveniently located close to my home. I had to babysit them, and only took in my coach after; 1. Thor authorizations were approved. 2. The correct parts were in stock and verified by both the technician and the service writer. 3. The exact day, time, and technicians required for work to be performed were scheduled and agreed upon in writing.
My entire overhead bunk Schwintek slide rails/motors/support cables removed and replaced under warranty in one morning. Performed by Mike Thompson's RV, in Santa Fe Springs, CA.
All of my other warranty work was performed in one day, (replacement of entry steps, bathroom electric motors, inflatable sofa bed, door entry Thor logo jewel decal, new key set). And they washed and waxed the coach. Performed by the now defunct, (closed due to bankruptcy), McMahon's RV in Westminster, CA.
The Thor dealerships performed the warranty work fairly fast, efficient, (with my significant babysitting and handholding), and no lost time without my motorhome.
Based on all the horror stories I have read online since 2004 about Camping World service, (and the pile up of RVs waiting for service that I see at my local store), I would NEVER take my RV there for any service or installation.
In my opinion, Camping World is only good for selling the RV, and RV supplies that you need right now that Walmart doesn't carry, or you don't have the time to wait for from shopping online.
Their in-store clearance stuff is OK if it's something you need, (it's priced about what you will normally find online).