This is more to vent than anything. I love the bubble windows on our Aliner. That's what drew us to it in the first place. Having those giant windows sure does open up the space. It also gives me just enough headroom to sit comfortably at the dinette or reclined on the sofa. But, wow, those are attached with hopes and dreams! One window has 3 of the 4 corners lifting up after stripping out the old caulk. Both windows had evidence of failed seals on the "up" side when the roof is raised. It doesn't help that water can pool there during storage, especially the rear window. Glad the roof and walls are a composite foam and fiberglass, so rot isn't as big a worry. The plan in progress right now is to strip the old caulk, let any residual water dry, use 3M Extreme Bond double sided tape to stick the lifting corners back down, apply painter's tape to the areas I don't want new caulk (Sika Sikasil N Plus silicone sealant, to be precise), and apply new caulk around the windows. That should stop the leaks. Yes, it's a lot of labor. Yes, I could have fired the money cannon at it with Eternabond tape and been way ahead on time. I want it to look as factory as possible. And learn something in the process. Feel free to commiserate, laugh, or nitpick my plan!