Thanks for all of your replies, please don,t think I am anti Ci motorhomes,we love our ci, and can,t wait to get it all sorted and back enjoying it again, I am sure I am possibly just an isolated case with thousands of CI,s out there,as with any other 8 year old mh out there with no problems at all ,i am just giving you our own water ingress experience. When we first saw our mh at the dealers in 2004 it was just what we wanted,two swivel cab seats,we pull part of make up bed out and use it as a pouffe, shoes off of course, i can sit at the table and open the fridge and use the grill,lovely comfy bed, lots of storage for my fishing and kayaking gear,we use continually 12 months of the year and is showing very little inside wear. When bought new our dealer added an Fiamma awning and bike rack,omnistor ariel, rear folding ladder,cd player,i bought a large roof rack for my 17ft kayak (which my dealer fitted free) , all for £26000. We have always looked after our financed investment,e.g .oilchanges cam belt change,and consider myself quite vigalante to foresee problems, but i am sorry to say that these leaks,or" water ingresses" have caught me out. I have been almost two months repairing one major leak in all winds and weather on my drive ,back wheels ramped up under a large sheet, and now finding another leak, we just want to get back on the road. so perhaps you can understand why i feel rather bitter towards the ci manufactures for their stupid, costly,avoidable,PENNY PINCHING errors. p.s. by doing it myself I saved the £3000,that was quoted by my dealer ,that was for the rear repair only. When all this is repaired we wont let this stop our future enjoyment of our C.I.Motorhome. yokeljohn.