I put together a very efficient wind kit that was cheap, easy to install, and very reliable. In a nut shell: I use stainless steel 1 inch tie-downs (like used in a pickup), putting 1 on each side of the front roof side, and 1 on each side of the back roof side in strategic places so not to interfere with the up and down motion. The before raising the roof, I run a 16 foot Yakima 1 inch strap I use to tie-down my kayak through the stainless steel tie-down. Put it up (if windy at the time I hold on to the strap so the roof won't get away from me) and the run the end through the other tie-down, (both sides), and I'm safe and done. These tie-downs are rated for 1500 lbs. and I use them to hold down a 17 ft. kayak for thousands of miles with zero slippage or issues. I've used this in strong winds, it worked great for me. I will share this if anyone wants: I have the directions and pictures, just email me. Cost me about $25-30. Best part other than it holds my camper together is that when I am driving, nothing is hanging from my camper, when it is up it blends in and does NOT get in the way of my canopy. I give up, I have tried to download tho pictures over and over, they won't download so email me at email@example.com and I will send them to you.