Thank you Frank. Hope all goes well with your repairs. Will be curious to hear what you think about the Campers Inn experience.I assume your rig is in Kingston NH? Mind sharing what issues needed fixing? Two months hurts, good thing it is not camping season.I got even less use of mine before covering it for the winter. Just a couple of nights and a couple of day trips.It was Barry Hyser that told us about the LS / HWH issue. Said if LS is left on the LS and HWI fight each other and can result in some twisting of the rig. Sounded like it was a recent discovery and one that had not been anticipated. This was around October 12th that he told us.Barry stopped short of saying they would look for some way to interlock the two systems but I'm sure if more people report problems, they will take care of it.What do you think about your leveler performance? I was surprised that on my driveway with only a few inches of slope I could not get my rig level using the automatic levelers.And if I don't put my LS into the lowest setting before turning it off, I can't get level even on level ground.May see if I can lower the low LS height setting somehow to get more leveling. With the back so high, the front jacks cant raise up high enough to get the rig level.In a couple of instances I was surprised to find when I looked under my rig after a failed leveling attempt that one of the front jacks wasn't even on the ground while the other was fully extended. (think twisting)The HWH manual says that the last step of the leveling process is to make sure all jacks are down to stabilize the unit after leveling. But if the leveling attempt fails for any reason, this last step is skipped.I admit I've got to learn more about this HWH system but right now I'm not thinking I'm in love with it. The effective range seems small for what we paid for it.Would love for someone to chime in to let me know what I'm doing wrong because most every review I've read about the leveling system has been positive.Was depressing this week seeing my camper under cover with a blanket of snow on it. Come on Spring!!!