The family and I just got home from a week's trip in the PUP. We had more rain than we hoped for, including a massive storm last night. Problem is, we had water beading on the inside of the PUP on one of the bunks ends...on *my* side, no less. In any case, we had water beading there twice in the rain, last night's was just much more in volume as there was a LOT of rain. My questions are: - the wet spot where the beading happened seemed to be a contact issue from outside (I hope that makes sense) The edging on the canvas on the outside kind of drained on to that spot. I extended the bar that holds up the bunk end to help reduce some of the contact, but it kind of had mixed results. Should I add more slack or tighten it up? Does that make sense, or should I explain more? - now we're airing out the PUP at home, but I'm hoping to prevent any mold/mildew. Should I clean that spot, or just let it air dry? - is any beading of water on the inside of the PUP to be expected in a torrential downpour? The rain we had last night was seriously nuts, thunder, lightening and rain so heavy we couldn't see the RV across the "road" at the campsite clearly. Is it totally unreasonable to expect it to be 100% dry indoors? I'm still very new to this whole PUP ownership thing, so I just don't know.