Yup, yet another case of this.
I'm in the process of tear-down so I can rebuild it. I'll post pictures later. But I have a question that I figured I'd ask.
When the roof leaked, of course it goes to the lowest point that it can. In this case, it went into the floor of the over cab area and pooled. If it had not pooled, I don't think the damage (delamination/wood rot) would have been as bad. So, when I rebuild it, do you think it would be good to add a couple drain holes there (I'm thinking one per front corner)? I really hope that I get everything sealed up and never have a leak again, but if there is a leak, maybe that would reduce the damage that it causes?