Hello! First post but long time lurker. Finally pulled the trigger on a 2009 MAC 206st which was in excellent condition, fits our family of 6, and light enough to tow with the odyssey. In researching WDH's I realized this one has a C-channel frame so no WDH for me. However, I was thinking I would reinforce the frame for longevity purposes (not gonna chance it with a WDH). Has anyone done this? Anything important to be aware of? I'm thinking weld a little angle, add a gusset, and bolt it to the inside of the C-channel. Nothing incredibly major but just to stiffen up the frame at the corners. I could always buy some tube steel and weld a new frame entirely but I don't know that I want to take that on for a 10-yr old camper. I probably have enough angle and steel laying around just to reinforce this one. I know there is supposed to be some flex to the trailer so I don't want to overdo it and damage something else but I also can't see any drawback to beefing up the frame a little at the corners. Also about to relocate the batteries to under the dinette (two 6V's) and probably put a nicer charge controller in there. I already added a tray for dual propane tanks in the front and all the LED replacements should be here monday. Thinking with 225ah and two 20lb tanks we should be able to comfortably dry camp with this thing for 3-4 days. Also going to yank the stove out and put some butcher block in it's place. I'm not a fan of cooking inside a camper. We have camped extensively so I have a stove/oven combo we can hook up to the exterior lp connection. I easily have more gear than would ever fit in this pup but I'm looking forward to parrying that down and being able to throw food and clothes in the van, hookup, and go without the hour of loading the van down to look like national lampoon's vacation with stuff strapped on the roof rack and hitch rack. Sorry for the long first post, I can be a little loquacious when typing.