Many of you may know this already, but I recently read that Columbia Northwest Somersets have NO wood in the roof or walls, and have a high-quality wood floor. Their website makes pup-lover, drool-inducing statements like: Somerset Campers are the only yes, only tent campers that feature automotive frame construction. Translation: a full metal skeleton and skin, so theres nothing to rot, warp or ruin your day five years from now. And, onepiece, seamless, .030 gauge aluminum-skinned, insulated roof that is folded on all four sides for added strength without added weight. It is the only seamless roof in the industry and the only roof constructed completely free of wood. NO WOOD! NO SEAMS! NO PROBLEMS! And, Powder-coated, poly-textured, .030 gauge galvanized steel body panels are riveted directly to the trailers structural skeleton. This permits the trailer to flex due to road conditions. Most competitors rely on staples, screws, laminated wood framed side-walls and interior furniture for structure instead of a durable skeleton. Which means their body and furniture joints are prone to loosening and weakening, shortening the lifespan of the vehicle. And last but not least, Strong, durable Performax 500® floors will not warp, buckle or delaminate. Floors are under-coated with an Ovation Layer to create a protective, water-tight seal to guard against the elements. I know there have been some recent rants on the portal regarding some other quality control issues with the new Somersets. However, I can't help but think, if these pups are really rot-proof, I can deal with the other stuff! Does anyone know more about this?