Hello all, Well, I was going to post my "yay-our-pup-search-has-ended-and-I'm-so-excited" story tonight, but it will have to wait. The jest of it: We brought our 2008 Fleetwood Utah home yesterday, purchased from the original owners who had all of the original documentation, took really good care of it, always stored it inside year round, etc. The owner clearly took a lot of pride in it, and went out of his way to help to inform us about proper setup/take down, show us how everything worked, etc. The first time we looked at the pup was a couple of weeks ago. We left, then made an offer over the phone, mailed a deposit and picked it up this weekend. It wasn't a rushed decision, and we looked it over thoroughly both times. However... We put her up in our driveway and noticed that the rear, driver-side corner was low. From the box on up, it was clearly off-kilter. Neither my husband or I noticed this at the PO's home. But, the pup was inside a dirt-floor barn the first time we looked at it, and yesterday it was on a lawn. I blamed our driveway, but DH said that if that's the case, the front of the pup wouldn't be level and straight (which it is). As DH pointed out, there are only two tires, so a sloped driveway should result in an entire side being low, not just one corner. He is convinced the pup's frame is out of whack (though everything looked straight underneath, the pup cranked up ok, door went in, etc.) and that we have acquired yet another pup with a big problem. I'm trying hard not to be really sad about this. I spent several hours today cleaning her out, wiping down the windows, etc. - she looks so nice! Are there any other explanations for the low corner? If not, I hope the frame can be fixed by a auto body shop without costing us an arm and a leg? I just can't believe, that after all of my pup scrutiny, we could miss something as major as a bent frame.