Congrats on the new bike, very exciting.
I am sure they did the recall on it long ago so that should not be a worry.
When you go to pick it up, check to see if the engine is cold, then start it up just to be sure the idle is OK. Do not rev the engine and see if it sounds like it is going to stall out. Mine does that, and it is easy to rev the engine a few times to get around it, but the bike should be capable of idling from cold without that. That is an ECM issue since there is no idle adjustment.
Brake and clutch fluid is supposed to be replaced every 2 years, so yours is a year past due unless they flushed it for you. It doesn't matter if the bike is ridden or not, the Fluid picks up moisture over time. The oil should be fine, same with coolant.
My dealer told me not to clean the white lithium grease off the chain until after the first 500km.
Regarding the Italian connection, it is best to wait for a sale over there, otherwise you end up paying close to the same as here. I found prices at Fortnine to be very close, even a few bucks cheaper for the Givi 58 litre topbox I bought, all expenses included.