I purchased a used TT (2006 Surveyor SVT 264) which the previous owner claimed was in pristine condition (for a newbie it actually appeared to be), what he failed to mention when he said he had to repair his outside shower box was that it had leaked water under the cabinet the whole width of the camper (by the looks of the water marks he didn't catch the leak very quickly). With that said I'm looking to replace the floor from the back of the bench seat at the dining area, located just forward of the rear exit door all the way to the rear wall of the camper (approx. 4-5 ft. x 8 ft.) which means the better half will get new base cabinets and sink when I have to remove the old. What I'm needing is some first hand knowledge of what and how is the best way to go about removing the old flooring and replacing with marine plywood. Does the surveyor have a cheap composite floor similar to the poor excuse for a roof that I found when I replaced my skylight? (1/8" luan for decking and ceiling with foam sandwiched in between) I had a hard time trying to figure why F.R. would put their name on a shoddy roof as I found on my Surveyor??? But I digress, if anyone has experience with removing and replacing a partial portion of flooring on their Surveyor I would be greatly indebted to them if they would share their past knowledge along to me & also any pics would be great too!