Look it over well, check for the manual and tool kit. Some dealers are forgetting to include them, or did not find them in the crate. I looked mine over and then picked it up after they installed the 12 Volt socket. Found a chip in the paint after I left the dealership, but of course they denied any responsibility and said that touch up paint is not yet available from Honda. After a couple of rides take a wrench to it and tighten up a few screws that may have loosened.
Enjoy, it is a great bike.
Certainly, the level of professionalism will be dependent on the dealer but whether you get invited or not you should check a new bike over.As High Country mentioned, inspect fit and finish. It may be difficult or impossible to get the dealer to accept responsibility for a chip or scratch once it has left the lot.
Bring a tire gauge and check tire pressures. They should do that, but they don't always do what they should.
Make sure the bike starts easily and that turn signals, brake lights, low/high beam, kill switch, side stand switch work as they should. Basic TCLOCS stuff.
Install the side collars  to the front wheel. Make sure the ABS sensor ring is on the correct side.
Apply a thin coat of grease to the front axle sliding surfaces.
With the front brake applied, pump the forks up and
- Install the front wheel between the forks.
- Install the front axle  from right side.
- Tighten the right front axle holder pinch bolts  to the specified torque.
- Install and tighten the axle nut  to the specified torque.
- Loosen the right front axle holder pinch bolts.
- Tighten the left front axle holder pinch bolts  to the specified torque.
- Install the front brake calipers (page 19-18).
down several times to seat the axle (RHS) and check brake
8. Tighten the right front axle holder pinch bolts to the specified torque.