Well that sound slike a winner from here!
Hope it all works out as wanted. One of the big differences in trailers and motorized is the electrical as there are three basic systems on the new RV. One for chassis like starting, One 12VDC for inside RV stuff like vent fans,lights and lots of the controls for frig, air and such. you are likely somewhat used to having the 110AC power stuff and that is kinda the same.
What can catch new folks is the way these three systems are seperated but tied together at other times. That can trip us up when we store the RV as there are things that don't seem to make sense at first!
One of those is the way battery disconnects don't always work like we think. We might think it cuts off aLL power drains but safety equipment is still left on and can run the batteries down if we are not alert.
Headsup? Watch those batteries as a priority to avoid damage to them!
Want some sites to look over what and where they put things? Maybe you still want to do the winter thing and need to spot drains that the books mention but don't tell you WHERE!.
Some good info sites:
The Winnebago home site where clicking on owners will take you to a list of lots of other info!
Parts where you can look over drawings and a list of all the things in the RV as a way to learn what and where things like tanks, plumbing and electrical might be found:
Also a floor plan in case one doesn't remember what we bought?
Good luck and enjoy!