I'll update that after talking to dealers it was pretty clear that if they're busy, those who have purchased RVs from them are top priority. And that is especially true if you chose to purchase from a non-local dealer. Folks who move to the area, or who are just passing through on a vacation, are also higher priority. I was told folks in that low priority category might have to wait months for service during peak season. I was also told that Jayco's reimbursement rate for warranty service is rather low, if you want to hire good mechanics you might end up paying your mechanic more per hour than Jayco remiburses and that is a factor as well.
It makes sense on one hand, but I do think it's frustrating compared to the automotive model where any dealer will take care of you.