Also remember to watch the gusty March winds!
When opening my door the wind, in combination with the strong strut, pulled and bent the anchor half way out of the door sill, broke the plastic socket of the strut that snaps on the anchor allowing the door to swing free and slam into the open awning arm, damaging the paint on the door where it hit.
I straightened the anchor and installed longer screws plus an extra screw, then used wire to hold the strut socket in place as a temporary fix.
Moral of the story:
Hold onto the door every time you open it, which is somewhat hard to do in a Solera while exiting down the stairwell!
And it might be good to install a travel limiter of some type--like the ones on home storm doors.
Mark, Susan and Barney the SheltiePoo
2014 Solera 24R
Wrangler Toad with NSA Ready Brake