We just got back from our first trip with our NTU 08 Jayco 1007; 19 days in New England and Canada. It was great. We had a couple small issues that either have been or will be easy fixes. The big one that I need help with is our PUP roof does not seem to align properly when we are lowering and latching the roof. Because of this we had water come in while we were driving. Only the front seems to be an issue. I can't do a picture right now but I'll try to describe what I think the problem is. There is a strip of rubber in the front of the roof and it is very clear that it is supposed to rest on a ridge on the front edge of the front wall. It doesn't, the front of the roof bows outward so that at the center there is an 1/8 - 1/4" gap between the rubber and the front wall. We got to the point that my wife and I would try to push the front of the roof inward while the kids closed the latches in an attempt to line everything up but it did not work well. It seemed that as the latches were closed and the roof was pulled down the last bit the front would bow worse. Has anyone ever dealt with something similar? On a Jayco specifically? I've searched both on the forum and google. I only found one page that talked about something similar and there was not good information on how that individual resolved it. One thought that I have is to add additional weather stripping to increase the area that the roof has to make contact with when it is closed. While this would most likely solve my problem I would rather get the factory parts to operate as designed. I appreciate any and all suggestions on getting this resolved. I would really love to hear from someone who may have dealt with my exact problem and gotten it fixed.