We've had our 1999 Coleman Nevada for two years and love it. All the appliances work (except the hot water heat, which I can't figure out but isn't a big deal). The canvas is good, it tows great behind my Envoy, it's a good size for our family of four, and now the kids are sentimentally attached to it. So that's the good. Now the bad. Because it's a late 90's Coleman, it has roof problems. It's cracked pretty good and starting to de-lam. I can probably get one more year out of it with a few more Eternabond strips, but at some point I'll need to pull off the ABS and Grizzly Grip it. The front storage box leaked when I got it, but I managed to fix that. However, a portion of the storage box floor is pretty rotted out. Thankfully, it's in a front corner away from the main cabin floor. That said, I did discover some rot under one of the dining booth benches that I think is caused by water coming in the seam between the storage box and the main body of the camper. It's still not a huge area and I think I could cut out the rot and put in some new wood. My main concern though, is the bulkhead separating the storage box from the living area. I think it also has some rot. It's not too bad yet, but the bed on that end seems a little saggy on one side, so it seems like that bulkhead has lost some integrity. We had planned to do quite a bit of refreshing on the inside, painting the cabinets, new floors, etc. I guess I'm wondering, how difficult is it to replace that bulkhead and is it worth it? We got a good deal on the camper two years ago and we really like it, but I'm wondering if its worth the work. I'm at the point where we either go all in or start looking for our next pop-up. I like the IDEA of just going for it, but I also don't want to get out of my depth. I'm semi-handy and not afraid to try things, but I also don't want to have to find a way to unload a dissassembled PUP I had to give up on. Thoughts?