Congrats, we love our White Hawk. Have a great time on your first outing, but keep pen-and-paper in hand and create a 'punch list' of "fixes" for the dealer. We took 3 shake-down trips (one with full hook-up, one with no hook-ups, and one involving a nasty drive) and learned lots. We also documented all the steps (set-up, tear-down, etc.) so we could verify we weren't missing anything (and as instructions for our 26-year-old son should he wish to borrow it). Biggest advice learned from the college of 'hard knocks':
1) Don't do anything (set-up/tear-down especially) with others talking at you 'cuz for sure, you'll overlook something - even when it is 2nd nature; just get a drink and listen OR tell them you'll be over to chat later but need some quiet-time to do the chores.
2) Be prepared for getting into your site (to include how to back-up) ~ we now use cell phones (or walkie-talkies when there is no connectivity) along with hand signals ... lots less stress and eliminates the risk of becoming campground entertainment!
Remember, this is why you ARE camping.