Mark. thanks for the help. I decided to go at it myself. I purchased a ExtremeSteam Handheld Steamer by Conair. I found that if I hold it on a section for about 20-30 seconds the top layer will lift and I can scrape it off.
The one thing I found is that once you remove the top layer, maybe about an 8in square, you have to remove the bottom layer. You can't let it sit overnight. It will harden and be very, very hard to remove. I used GooGone, Krud Kuter and 3M Adhesive remover. I would spray all 3 products, wait 2-4 minutes, then scrape and use my thumbnail with a rag covering it, to scrape the residue off. I worked yesterday for 3 hrs and got a 2 ft section done. I have a 2003 Country Coach Allure. The paint job they did is excellent. I had NO paint come off. The paint underneath
looks fantastic. Thanks, John