I've got a 1976 AMF Alcort Sunfish. I bought it last summer from a Boy Scout troop who were selling all their sail boats and moving to a kayaking program. I got the sailing basics down last summer and sailed as much as I could all fall and winter. I'm hooked and looking ahead to what I can do with this little diamond in the rough. I started a refurbishment project this spring (rudder/daggerboard) and am looking toward the deck and hull. I noticed that the portion of the deck aft of the mast and forward of the coaming has some flex - more than I expected. In the picture you can see the degree of flex - that's a 3/16" drill bit. The flex is pretty symmetric. Aft of the coaming and forward of the cockpit, there is some flex, but it doesn't strike me as a problem. There is virtually no flex aft of the cockpit. Anybody know how much flex I should expect forward of the coaming? If this is too much, is there a problem/prescription?