Welcome to the fun world of rvs. Couple things if i can. You posted three diff threads all looking for same thing this am?
Also if you are new to RV world and need to pay for some instruction, I would suggest you find a true pro, not just someone that fills the bare min requirments. Rvs are easy to fly but ... well worth paying for someone who is very experienced in them (not just 25 hours or so) and also has the skills to teach well. I would find someone that is maybe free lance instructor and hundreds of rv hours. Figure that would be worth the cost.
Enjoy your new plane.
Rick Woodall C-GSTT "ghost"
9a -TMX io-320, catto three blade, dynon skyview with a/p. 900+ hrs in 8 yrs flying.
Osh 11,12,15,17,19. SNF 2013. Flew to Cali/up pacific to Washington/Vancouver/crossed the Rockies east across Canada. North to Red Deer Alberta and Moosonee Ontario East to Maritimes Canada. South east to Jekyll Isl on atlantic, Cedar Key and Key West too! 6 trips and 17 islands of the Bahamas too! Flown turtles and dogs for Pilots n Paws too. Love our Rv's