Thanks for the info, the owner's manual is very generic and it seems that nobody knows a lot about these since they're so new.....including Jayco
Some things that I've had to figure out on my own:
1. I'm not really sure what "rear view camera ready" is implying, but there's no switch in the TT for a constant hot and there's not even pigtails off of the center marker light in the back. Nobody at Jayco or the dealership could tell me one thing that was camera ready about this thing.....and I think I figured out why. What they did do was drill a hole in a stiffener right below the center marker light so you can fish a power and ground wires down from the light. I used a long zip tie as a fish tape to pull the wires back up. had to mount the camera fairly low due to the curvature of the back end, I still have not done fine tuning as far as aiming the camera, I'll report back what I find.
2. If you want to run back-up lights, thankfully Jayco did bring the center pin wire from the 7-pin into the junction box behind the battery. It was an unused orange wire on mine, an ohm meter made short work of figuring this out. Thank you Jayco, had they opted to not go ahead and run the wire to the junction box it would've been a mess.
3. The Progressive Industries EMS fits perfect behind the false panel in the cabinet closest to the refrigerator and it's an easy shot out for the remote display. The main poser is right there, mine was orange romex wire.
4. The D&W Super-Slider sewer hose storage fit perfect above the bumper and holds my Camco hose with fittings attached. The tube is designed to be mounted below the trailer, but having sprung for the Baja option for some much needed ground clearance for our taste, it would've defeated the purpose. Where it's at it is up out of the way and easy to access.
5. If you lose 12vdc power and everything looks good in the indoor fuse panel, there's a 30-amp fuse that sticks out of the side of the main power junction box behind the battery. It's a 4-square electrical box that's painted black and mounted to the frame, the fuse holder is sticking out of the side of this box. If you limit out the power tongue jack it will likely blow the fuse....
6. The small redish wire that's going directly to the positive terminal of the battery, along with the 8 gauge main TT power wire is for the emergency brake module, I opted to not route this through the battery disconnect switch in case I forgot to turn on the switch prior to towing.
One more mod, I installed a LevelMatePRO. Mounted the sending unit under the bed up front.