Hi all, Considering the purchase of a '99 Sundancer 290. Had a survey done with some questionable results. Interested in your opinions: "The moisture content of the hull below the waterline ranges from 1.0 to 5.0%, which is high in many areas. The moisture content of the transom above the waterline ranges from 0.1 to 2.0%, which is acceptable. The moisture content of the transom below the waterline ranges from 2.0 to 5.0%, which is high in many areas (most of the wetted transom was over 4.0% moisture content). The moisture content of the swim platform ranges from 0.1 to 2.5%, which is slightly elevated but within acceptable limits." And this: "The outdrive bellows and hoses are quite worn, and all should be replaced before further use of the vessel. The outdrive shift bellows are both 100% worn, with much cracking—if these bellows leak this may result in vessel submergence. The u-joint bellows are not completely accessible for assessment. Both exhaust bellows are 100% worn and badly cracked, and the starboard bellows was not suitably fitted. The port outdrive outside water house is also cracked from age—and if not water-tight, could result in the port engine overheating. " I can get the purchase price down to offset the bellow repairs, so it's really only the moisture that concerns me. But am I wrong in that the 290 hull isn't a wood core? If not, what is the concern with moisture? Thanks.