Hi all, It's been a while since my last few posts in the A/C repair section, but I recently have shifted my thoughts to the floor and grow more and more concerned with it and am trying to decide what to do. BTW - the a/c is working GREAT!! For a while now, I've been aware of some floor rot around the edges of my PuP's floor, specifically in the corner areas and along the outer perimeter. I know it's there (or not there, however you want to look at it) but I've chosen to ignore it until now. The last few days I've tried to just scan the forum and see what other folks are doing, and it seems that I've only got two options; 1. Replace the entire floor by gutting the pup and scrapping it down to the floor or 2. Leaving it alone/getting rid of the PuP and finding something else. I understand that the proper way to fix this issue is a total floor replacement. I'm just not sure that I'm up for that task, and being that my PuP is a 1995 model with quite a few years on her, I won't lie. I'm tempted to sell her this fall as deer season comes on and just save for a few years until I can afford something else. However, I don't want to let her go! I've put quite a bit of time and love into the old girl and I'd be lying if I said I wasn't at least half interested in trying to figure out what I can do for it. Heck, does anyone have any full on redneck suggestions even? I'll try and get some pics of what I'm talking about but I suspect you all know what I'm referring to - at least those of you out there who've owned 20 year old PuP's will know. Hope this finds everyone safe and happy and enjoying their PuP's! I know I am - just got back from a 3 night stay at Inks Lake, TX with my son. Boy it was hot. Planning to invest in some PUG's and reflectix for the windows in the bunks!