I just bought a used 2006 Palomino, its in amazing condition, clean, mostly garage kept, love it. When we went to see it, they had it popped up and it had been raining, so I was able to see where there was a slight bleed through on the tent windows, nothing a good cleaning with woollite and treatment with 303 can't take care of. However, when I was unhooking I noticed the seal on the front was basically bad. So when it was dry and I cleaned her up and used seal as I use for my boat to reseal it. When I popped it up, I only went about 1/2 way when I noticed the inside support board that runs across the front of the trailer is completely rotted, so this had been in the rain more than told. All other wood is 100% perfect. I called the local RV place and asked if they could replace it and of course got the "oh no, we have to replace the entire roof..bla, bla, bla,bla". I am hoping to get some ideas from this group. Today I have her up 1/2 way with a fan to try and dry it out. I originally thought if it wasn't horrible I could use something dry wood rot product, to harden it. But honestly, its like a sponge. Its a piece of particle board, that has 2 corner brackets and 2 screws for the tent. I would think you could undo the screws and scrape it out and replace it with a clean board. The corner brackets screws do not line up with the screws on the molding outside so I don't really think a new roof is needed. The back if perfectly clean. Suggestions???