As a newbie owner of a NU2ME, I've had my PuP set up at Camp Driveway for the past week, cleaning, organizing, etc.... We had heavy rain predicted, so I thought I'd leave the PuP up to look for leaks. My PuP is the kind where the step folds down, but can be folded up and locked as a security measure to help keep honest folks honest. Figuring that a little security never hurts, I folded the step up and went to work. The predicted rain was more like a torrential downpour for most of the day. I figured this would be a great test for the canvas and the roof. When I got home, I dropped the step back down, and opened the door, I noticed a pool of water in the floor. My first reaction was to look at the ceiling... nice and dry. Then, I examined the canvas around the main part of the camper.. nice and dry. Remember that I had the drop-down step closed? Well, in the closed position, there is about a 2" gap between the step and the door. While it may keep folks honest, it also creates a very wide funnel to catch rain -- I think they call that an "undocumented feature." The lesson to be learned is if your camper is set up, and there's rain predicted, leave the step down....Your camper floor, and anything you left on the camper floor will be grateful. '64 Jack of all trades '97 Grand Cherokee '89 Coleman Laramie If it can't be fixed with bondo or duct tape, it can't be fixed!