Heres the progress so far on my "new-to-me" Sunny. I've installed one inspection port in front of the cockpit. I plan on putting another aft od the cockpit, but the local marine store only had one in stock. I've installed a drain plug in the transom. It' s worth noting that upon drilling the one inch hole for tghe transom plug, I'd guess 20 gallons or more of water came out of the boat! Mixed in with the water was, I'm assuming was what is left of the wooded blocks that the deck hardware is /was mounted to. All of my deck hardware and the peice of the rudder assemble that monut to the hull is/was loose. I've managed to tighten most of it with larger screws and 5200. But I don't really trust these repairs. Is there a better way to repair this issue? I've thought of using a "butterfly" type bolt.....but I really don't like the idea of the large holes that these would require, also they can't be found in SS, lol. I've also thought of replacing the screws with bolts/washers/nuts, but since it appears that the wooden blocks used originally were covered by fiberglass, I think that the nut/bolt system would smash the cavity created by the wood rotting away???? On the bright side, my Sunny is now much lighter!