Ive just read on a c.i.members club page that the c.i.group has had a turnover of £560 million, 60% of that was down to motorhome sales It,s a pity they never spent about £20 of that on a extra tin of underseal on the wooden floor of my m.h., .when it was manufactured in 2004,it would have saved me having 12" of the floor,main cross members and joists being replaced due to water leakage, and perhaps a few extra quid on some stainless screws on the roof ,instead of the steel ones that were used and rusted away causing another leak in the roof needing more timber replacements . Two of my pals own mh,s with wooden rear floors, both have soft rear corners under the rear light panel. but nothing as serious as my m.h. To my cost I have put to much faith in the manufacturers to get some simple routine jobs right. I am sure newer motorhomes will not have my problems as they are now made with a plastic type floor,should have been done years ago. yokeljohn.