Well, so much for the pipe dream that I paid $5000 for a rust free body and straight crack free frame. Today I pulled the carpet to start preping for the bedliner. And I found a rot hole next to the tail gate and fuel filler neck. I knew that the fuel filler neck shell had some rust when I bought the truck, but the actuall HOLE is several inches away from the neck shell in the truckbed itself. Also, some surface rust in the dead center of the bed, but it can be sanded down probably. Here' my options: 1) Cut out a piece of the bed from a junk yard blazer and weld it in ( I already know where there's a perfect donor). Then cover the top with the bed liner like I origionaly intended and cover the bottom with rubber undercoating. AFTER I have removed all rust I can find. 2) Buy a new rear floor pan from JC Whitney or somewhere. (Expensive) 3) Construct a new floor pan. There's a metal shop near here that carries diamond cut steel and aluminum. I'm thinking of getting a diamond cut aluminum floor pan and welding it in in place of the old one. Then using the bed liner in the front half of the truck. and since it's aluminum anyway, it won't rust and I can still hose the truck out without worrying about rust. Other advantage of custom building a floor pan is that I can put additional mounts in the floor so that I can carry two rear seats. One in the stock position, another (from another blazer) behind it, rear facing. Opinions? Please, don't hold back. NJ SAR Guy Please excuse all of my misspelled wurds.