I recommend you get an Arriba "Hot Stick" to use in lieu of the standard fixed length fibergalss extension. You'll find you have much better control, and are much more comfortable on extended sails with the Hot Stick. I use the FX6 model. It's on page 23 of this year's catalogue.
I also recommend that you keep a spare pair of rudder tendons (Part # 37561011) and a small Phillips screwdriver on board while on the water. I've had a tendon fail while underway, and it was a real pain. The parts are less than $10.00, and the ability to fix it on the spot is well worth it.
When hoisting the main, be sure to keep an eye on it as you pass from the metal portion of the mast to the composite end. Use a generous dose of dry sail lube, and make sure the head of the sail doesn't get hung up on the edge of the plastic runner attached to the comp portion of the mast. If it does, simply back off the halyard and raise it again. Last year mine got caught up there and I wound up splitting the plastic runner. Not a good day. The boat was out of action for two weeks.
You'll probably find you don't use the trap much with the wing seats. That's OK....the trap adds cool points.
Happy sailing and enjoy your new Getaway. It's a great family boat.