Originally Posted by Scrublife
...demons lurking...soft...floor...looks like a cheap...
We delivered RecreationVehicles manufacturer-to-dealer and dealer-to-shows.
Early on, we noticed factory RecreationVehicle designers delight in putting holes in the roof.
I honestly truly believe it has something to do with 'planned obsolescence', slowly ruining your new investment, forcing you to re-invest in a new version of the same...
...with identical problems as the first rig.
For three decades, I was a traveling Physical Therapist, short-term contracts up-n-down the east coast of the Pacific.
I lived in a variety of factory RecreationVehicles.
* they are barely adequate for a casual weekend jaunt a couple-three times a year.
Based on your interest in converting a bus, it looks like you suspect this.
A soft floor is one confirmation.
Standing on your soft floor -- Safety First!: hold onto something solid in case you blow through! (kidding... in a factory RecreationVehicle, nothing qualifies as 'solid') -- and look up.
You may discover the source of your soft floor.
I bet it could be HOLES! IN! THE! ROOF! [emphasis added].
For my use, I need a reliable rig.
Accordingly, I built.
In your case, perhaps some of the components from your factory RecreationVehicle can be recycled into a conversion:
* [draws blank, shrugs]
If I was me, I would donate your driveway-sitter to a charity, such as Saint Vincent de Paul.
I would do it quickly.
If I was me, I would get the dang thing out of my energy so I could focus on something productive.