Thanks oldmanAZ. You happen to be in Oatman? Love the town.
The CHF is a simple mod that can be done in your driveway (or campground) if you have a 16mm wrench and know how to take a nut off a bolt and put it back on. Here is more info about it Cheap Handling Fix - iRV2 Forums
I have been a mechanic most of my life so I was a little skeptical of results until I did this to my rig. Now I am just like all others who have done it -- WOW!! Just don't understand why the factories are not doing it for us. This really made a noticeable difference in the handling on my machine.
I kinda knew on the test drive the tire pressure was not correct. Once home, I found 86psi in all tires and the DOT sticker recommended 90 psi. I raised pressure to 95 psi in all tires and got very nice results. Combined with the CHF my unit drives much better that before.
As stated before - never trust that the dealer has done anything before delivery of a new rig. You should perform your own checks as soon as you get it home. Tire pressure, fluid levels and all other critical items should be checked yourself. Then fill the water tank and do a test night in the driveway. Prepare your food and sleep in the bed. Try to use every feature so you know the RV is ready to hit the road. This will not only help you learn the rig but will bring problems to light before you get stranded somewhere.