You'll LOVE the Redhawk...
We really enjoyed the traveling in the Redhawk!
Make sure that the dealer adjusts the Hellwig springs properly, and has the correct tire pressure in the unit... the unit will ride MUCH better! When we picked ours up, it only had about 55 pounds of air in all of the tires (we didn't know it at the time), and the thing wandered all over the road.
When you do the PDI with the dealer, make sure that he or she tests and demo's everything! The hot water heater should be fired up and the water system pressure tested, the genset, air conditioning, microwave, TV, radio, etc. should be tested while you are there. Do the PDI in the morning, so the dealer has time to fix anything that needs it before you leave the dealership!
Middlebury IN is a destination in it's self! There is SO much to see and do in the area, we go there for any issues that we have, instead of the dealership... We take a week, and make a vacation of it.
The RV museum, one of the largest flea markets in the country, great restaurants (Das Dutchman Essenhaus), lots of small shops, etc. are all very close. The flea market is so big, it even has it's own campground, and there is a KOA a few minutes from the Jayco Factory.
Go to the Jayco visitors center and look around there. They will also arrange for the free Travel Trailer and Motorhome factory tours.
The have a GREAT group of folks at the factory service center, led by Ron Yutzy, and they are personable, helpful, and effective! You couldn't meet a nicer bunch of people.
If you have any issues after you leave the dealership, please be sure to call ahead to the factory service center (1-574-825-5861) and ask for Ron (3393), and they'll take good care of you!
Be safe, and have fun!!
2016 Redhawk 26XD
Me, Dear Wife,
2 Bluetick Hounds
1 Newfoundland / Black Lab Mix
1 Cairn Terrier