I rode a lower-end Pilot and the salesperson assured me up and down that it'd be up to my 380+ butt. The only thing he recommended was a new rear wheel, but thought the front would hold up fine.
I ended up with a Trek 7.3 FX, but I will recommend that you at least have them check the spoke tension. I got back after a lunch ride today and noticed two of my rear spokes are pretty loose. Same thing was true about my Specialized Hardrock. Couple spokes were loose, and the rear came a tad out of true. I'm hoping this shop is as good about correcting that as the other shop was.
Otherwise, have fun with it. The LBS was willing to even provide me with a written frame guarantee, knowing my weight and everything. I don't remember which model, but it was one of the ones with the carbon stays and Al frame (not full carbon frame). I doubt you'll have any problems with it. I know someone who started riding a '06 Bianchi Giro at 220 and had 0 problems with it.