I understand completely that the last thing you want to do is to damage your investment. One thing I would like to mention that I have learned over our past few trips. When you chock your tires, whether on a flat site or an un-level site, the tires will have weight/pressure taken off of them and will "raise" ever so slightly. This may not take them off of the ground all of time but it can take the tires off of the chocks or loosen them. Just remember to make sure they are still secure. I have started putting a set of plastic wheel chocks on the tires prior and installing my x-chocks after the auto-level is done. Make sure you take the x-chocks out before you lower/ re-hitch.
2016 Jayco North Point 375 BHFS
2015 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HD Duramax SB SRW