I went camping this past weekend - perfect weather, annual camping trip to a State Park where my sister and I have been camping since we were literally babies. My Coleman Westlake is still a little bit NTM, and it's completely foreign to my sister. She and her husband are diehard tent campers (and I still would be too, but I'm the only fully capable schlepper in my household and I'm so done with that) so Lil Sis does not know anything about what to be aware of when the PUP is being cranked up. I couldn't stop and run around it, because the ratchet wasn't ratcheting and I knew I needed to get it all the way up and then one tiny bit tighter and it would start ratcheting again. Which it did. I know I need to do a wiffletree service on it, but I'd not had time to get into that before this trip was upon me. So Lis Sis was watching to make sure "nothing gets snagged" and she assumed that only meant canvas. And to be honest until this thing happened, I thought so too. THere's a segment of the roof seal that appears to have split - the rubbery part that presses against the lower half of the trailer, was separated from the channel that edges the ABS roof, and previous owner had used some gunky glue sometime in the last 20 years to keep it from getting worse. That glue was now failing, and somewhere up front, the first corner of the seal got caught on something and about 3/4 of the seal peeled itself off the channel attached to the roof. Not a big deal during the camping experience, though it did keep draping itself across the camper door when I was on the inside trying to come out with both hands full. I've ordered a replacement from Colemanpopupparts.com and now I guess I'll need to get a move on with my ABS repairs - there's hairline cracks that were "filled" with bathtub calk, that are going to be a real picnic to clean out so I can use Lego/Acetone ABS slurry to repair. And then I guess I'll be grabbing some Grizzly Grip to finish it off. I'm glad to say that my interior roof is in great shape and my exterior roof actually is, too. Clean, bright white, and just the two cracked areas, about half way between the ends, on both sides. And just skinny little cracks, no big ugly peeled up messes. Can I use Grizzly Grip on the entire lower body as well? I'd love to change up the colors on this thing to blend into the woods a little bit better.