edit: Status 2018-Jan-01 inclination still about 7 degrees, location still not listed in Wikipedia.
This question got me thinking about the location of active TDRS satellites, and the newest addition TDRS-M which does not yet have a fixed GEO longitude listed in Wikipedia's List of TDRS satellites.
N2YO shows it over the pacific at about 150° W in an apparently close-to-geosynchronous orbit with an inclination of about 7 degrees, which is also reflected in the TLE shown in Celestrak.
Is this the final planned location, or will it continue to move to a target longitude? Is there a plan to reduce the inclination closer to zero?
1 42915U 17047A 17275.30862482 .00000108 00000-0 00000+0 0 9993
2 42915 6.9726 332.4220 0005466 324.9709 34.9480 1.00272650 498