I should have mentioned that I did not actually purchase the car through OSD program, but through the Military Sales program. Both are great, but those of you using OSD should really consider taking advantage of the great travel options available.
As I said:
1) Sweden is EXPENSIVE: $100 FOR DINNER FOR TWO = EXPENSIVE, period. Next night, same thing. Quality and service was good, but neither of these expensive meals featured truffles, caviar, or linen napkins. I'm sure there were less expensive dining options, which we would have sought more diligently if we weren't "on vacation".
The restaurants were "A Hereford Beefstrouw" and The "Question Mark" (I can't remember the Swedish name, which translates to "question mark".
2) Look the car over very thoroughly at delivery...I had an excellent checklist. Too bad I wasn't given the luxury of time to go through it and the car carefully. We had the first appointment of the morning, but according to our delivery rep, some of her colleagues had called in sick that day (Friday).
4) The factory tour is well worth the time spent...I wish there'd been an opportunity to ask questions, though.
5) Go in the spring, summer, or fall for more recreational opportunities.
Going in winter may have advantages if all you want to do is pick up your car and get the heck out of Dodge. However, the maritime museum and Liseberg park--both of which would have been fun to visit--close for the winter season. I'm sorry I didn't note the exact dates...
By the way, the public transportation in Gothenburg is very easy to use, and cheaper than moving your car between parking facilities.
Also, for anyone not getting hotel accommodations included in their OSD package, we can recommend the Gothia Towers hotel as a less expensive alternative to the Radisson. Using Hotels.com (thanks to the person who posted a recommendation!) we were able to get two nights for two persons for $280 including breakfast and tax. I'm sure the Radisson is better, but this was half the Radisson's quoted price.