Ok, so I'm working on my NTU pup. I've been a bit frustrated this week as it keeps raining for a while and then letting up, or people call me away to do other things. So this time after I cranked it, I forgot to put the stabilizers down. As I sat on the back to put up the canvas pole, the whole thing tipped over. After we stopped moving I got it righted and got us (my two littles were 'working' with me) out. I'm sure it's a rookie mistake but I'm just making sure - that's what stabilizers are for? I thought we weren't supposed to put weight on them? And if that's the case, can I replace mine (fairly easily, I'm just a mom with a little bit of handy skills) with heavier duty ones? I'm sure this is worth a laugh later, but I'm still a bit shaky. I hate it when things roll out from underneath me. And I need to make sure I look like a pro, as the husband is still a little unconvinced this is better than a tent.