As was already mentioned, there was a recall on the BFG Commerical T/A's recently. I bought mine 2 years ago and have put about 10,000 miles on them without problems. I was just notified via mail my tires are part of the recall. I registered the tires when I bought them and I have to say, for a recall that's been going for about a year, I'm a little disappointed it took this long for me to be notified I was part of the recall.
That being said, having a full set of 8 brand new tires on the RV again, but for free this time, has managed to get me over my disappointment pretty quick.
RV has its own set of just about everything I have in the house;
Plates, bowls, cups, mugs, coffee pot, pots, pans, utensils, knives, bedding, towels, toiletries, a laptop computer, an android tablet (doubles as my navigation and entertainment for kids), a handgun, a collapsible .22LR rifle, and ammo.
I have 4 days worth of canned/non-perishable food in the RV and I also keep the fuel and water tanks full between uses.
I keep three changes of clothing in the RV for everybody which includes: 1 pair of jeans, 1 pair of shorts, 1 pair of sweatpants, 2 shirts, 1 long sleeve shirt, 3 pairs of underwear/socks and 1 sweatshirt. The clothing is in 4 vacuum sealed bags along with a dryer sheet to keep them fresh smelling. Each of the bags are labeled for me, my wife, and one for each of my kids.
RV is well setup to be an emergency shelter should a disaster strike but, more importantly, it is well setup for spontaneous weekend camping trips. With the exception of two or three big trips a year, we rarely plan camping trips ahead of time and my current setup allows us to get in the RV and go camping for a weekend without having to bring anything with us. We usually bring fresh food and clothing with us but, we have just gone with what was in the RV several times.
There was a FAQ on their website about getting it to run and work properly on Windows 7 before their site went away. It had something to do with the "Program Files" vs "Program Files (x86)" folders. If I remember right, I think the program gets installed to the "Program Files (x86)" but it is hardcoded to look in the "Program Files" folder as part of its path so it won't find the right files or your data file. So I think after installing you have to move the folder to the other program files folder in order to make it work right.
I wish there was a program or an Apple or Android app with this same functionality. It was a great database!!!