Well, I took her out for the weekend to check out everything and see what works and what doesn't, here's what I learned:
#1, most important: When the handles are pulled OUT, it means the black and gray water valves are OPEN. Fortunately, I was unsure, and brought a garbage can with a new plastic garbage bad placed strategically under the sewer hose cap and was ready when everything started gushing out to quickly push the handles in (which is, evidently, the CLOSED position). No mess, I feel pretty good about this one as I was fully prepared for the worst, latex gloves and everything!
#2: The only real problem I found -> the water heater does not appear to work on electricity at all. Worked fine on propane and that's how I ended up running it all weekend. Unless I get some brilliant wisdom from this forum, I will be taking the trailer back to Camping World for them to fix the water heater.
#3: The water heater isn't big enough to take a shower with the water running the whole time (had to find out, purposefully).
#4: When you flip eggs in a pan the fancy way (without a spatula), do it over the sink. Trust me on this.
#5: okay, I really should have stopped at #2... bascially, everything works as advertised except the water heater. No problems all weekend, (except those of my own making while trying to install a wireless bridge for CG WLAN connections... but that's another story...
Very pleased overall. Can't wait to take it out for a real trip soon!