Hey guys... great threads on all sorts of topics... but i have a question... i have a 7x14 Pace American cargo trailer. it has those thin alum (not sure what they are made out of) walls and roof. They are super thin... lol When we are in the desert and wind is blowing (when isn't it blowing), the roof bounces and flexes causing a lot of noise. This has never been an issue before because we just carry the bikes and gear. But now after reading all the various posts about turning the trailer into a viable sleeping area, i wanna turn my trailer into a place to sleep instead of the tent for me and the kiddos. Does installing insulation stop the roof flexing in the wind or will this issue continue? Not sure if this is a correctable problem but thought i'd post to see any any of you have corrected this problem. thanks for any thoughts or suggestions.