I'm at the age where everything is breaking now. I need both shoulders done in the next few months, first one getting done in April. I'm off work right now, and still able to move my arms and hands before my surgeries. I'm thinking of doing some work to the Pup that I never thought of doing before. This summer will be tough cranking up the roof, and putting down stabs with arms in slings and stuff like that. I'm going to start figuring on either swapping over to a power winch, or the whole cordless drill thing for the roof. So, on to the stabs question. Right now I have the atwood square telescopic type of stabs, looks like Atwood #82297. These are going to be tough to put down if I can't crawl around on the ground and operate the little bar to put pressure on them. I was thinking on changing them over to the kind that screw down with a socket on the end of a cordless drill. I'm thinking of the kind similar to BAL #23026. The new Rockwoods, and I'm sure lots of other makes, come from the factory now with this 'new' style. Question is, are these newer ones as sturdy as the ones I have on now? The newer ones look like they might try and flop back and forth some. I would put the sand pads on them if I swapped over. I chock the wheels very tight and put lots of pressure on my current stabs, because I hate movement in the pup when people move around in bed at night, drives me nutz. I don't want to screw up what I have right now if I won't be happy with the new ones, plus, they are kind of expensive. Has anyone swapped over to the new style and not been happy with them? I don't really want to swap over to scissor jacks on the corners.