I've read all the stories, the good, the bad, and the ugly. What I'd like to know is: once the original ABS or Alumitite roof is patched/refinished/rebuilt/sealed PROPERLY (and assuming I do proper maintenance and repairs in years to come), is there one that is better than the other? For me, **the layout of the '02- '04 Coleman Fleetwood Bayside trumps any work that might be required.*** Which roof type is easier maintenance in the long run once it's fixed up? I know that Alumitite was the replacement for faulty ABS and they leaked in the seams under the tracks because they weren't sealed. And ABS had a (supposed) 15%failure rate but eventual cracks and delamination due to age and sun damage. Any suggestions or tips would be insightful!