We are trying to figure out a simple way to support the roof better, when in high winds. Recently we were in Quail Creek campground near St. George UT when a big storm went through. While we have experienced lots of very high wind in the past, with no issues, this was really BIG. For the first time, the two roof panels actually lifted up. YIKES! (We had the windows open a bit to try to reduce the pressure). Overall, given the force of the wind and storm, we thought things held together pretty well. The side walls where fine and stayed clamped into the roof panels, but we could see that the roof panels are really only held together at the top with the outside bungie that prevents them from opening too wide when setting up, and the metal ridge along the top. (Are you still with me??) I've seen where others have put a long bungie or strap over the whole trailer, across the to and attaching it to the fenders, I assume. My partner thought we could have a couple metal brackets installed along the metal ridge outside on the top and the attach straps to hold it down in high winds. However, our 'trailer guy' said the metal ridge isn't strong enough to hold these brackets. Any ideas??