The much prized Gibson is indeed inside! And I could tell a story about that too...! Incidentally, I noted that those three central pins that are removed from the model when dismantling are loose and actually serve no useful purpose whatsoever! I can only assume that their original function was to guide the parts together during factory assembly, and should have been removed before the last part was installed?? What I'm saying is that you don't need to put them back - and there's no need to make extra holes down the middle of your new floors! Those great ugly screw stems intruding into the interiors at the rear corners were also a result of moulding limitations! Although I suspect that it would be one hell of job to grind them out - I must admit that I would be sorely tempted to have a go... especially those that obtrusively poke through long seats in the lower saloon...?! Dave, what does it feel like being a guinea pig - er, sorry, I meant trail blazer?! Pete.