So, to start, thanks to all who helped me source the crank assembly needed to repair my "as-is" purchase of our 2005 Fleetwood Allegiance (Americana Line) trailer. Upon finally sourcing a key, and being able to actually peek inside, the interior is is fantastic shape - stove, fridge, heater look like they've never been used - and the curtains, cushions, covers, beds, all are in very very good shape. Then came the crank up.......wait for it, yes, that's right - alumitite roof with those lovely rack tracks that I have NOW read about - roof is shot. "Headliner" is bubbled, blistered, etc. I am going to attempt to rip the roof apart and rebuild, but cannot find how-to on the site for my "year" - most write-ups I have seen are for earlier or different roof materials. I have done a roof rebuild before (1974 StarCraft) but this looks a bit different - starcraft had a all square edges and all aluminum pieces were easy to get apart. Am I in for a nightmare? Doesn't look awful, but any advice and guidance appreciated. As I go, and likely for therapy purposes, I will post the progress, and how I make out so as to be able to help others that may be in the same boat, and wanting to take apart and save one of these PUPs. Thanks again!