Well I am a newbie, and have just purchased my first RV, have not even picked it up yet. I don't like many of the sales tactics used today in many areas of product sales. We have seen lawyers, doctors, and pharm companies join the ranks of the used car salesmen. I get more junk mail by several times than real mail. The phone usually rings a time or two a day with somebody trying to sell something. I too have walked off a couple of times in the middle of a car potential sale when getting double teamed.
All that said, I have to say I enjoyed my time at the RV dealership I eventually purchased from. I visited four dealers in the area and the one I bought from was the most pleasant and the one that I learned the most from. Once the salesman found out that I did not know RVs I was treated to a walking and looking education. The salesman knew I was not going to buy a 400K class A but we looked and learned about them. He knew I was not going to buy an 8K pound TT but we looked and learned about those.
There are a few good salesmen and firms still out there.