The manager of this RV resort said they haven't had hail here in 9 years. This past week makes up for it. We lived in the Black Hills for almost 30 years; I recall hail at times, but it wasn't a regular thing. I think there are two paintless dent repair places in town normally... I think there are another 10 temporary places that have moved in. This would be their "Christmas rush." Airstream trailers are skinned with aluminum (like aircraft that aren't composite). In some respects, with the rivets, they can look "dimpled"... those who know and love 'em know better. The paintless dent repair places count on being able to have access to the inside of the dented surface - that isn't going to be an easy chore with an Airstream, since they are insulated and then have an inner aluminum skin riveted in place. The aluminum skins on an Airstream are reasonably tough, but when they get dented, it is a time consuming and expensive task to repair. We will get the motorhome, car, and trailer looking good again - it just may not be right away. I have taken care of the temporary "patches" so there shouldn't be any water intrusion. The full body paint on the outside of our motorhome withstood the pelting decently. There are a few exterior things, like the metal door to the water heater and furnace that I will likely be able to pound out. The real damage on the motorhome is on the roof and hood. The hood damage is cosmetic - a body shop or paintless dent repair should be able to take care of that with no issue. Fortunately, that area is all white, so there won't be a problem with matching paint on the classy stripes. The roof may be able to be repaired by using roof caulk. It isn't something you can see from the ground, so if there are some places with that on it, it won't be unsightly. If it is determined that the roof has more unseen damage, then it will likely have to go back to Winnebago for that repair. Talking with the insurance person today, she assured me that they will be on my schedule, and if I want to wait until we return home to get repairs done, they are fine with that. We absolutely do NOT want to be displaced from our "home on wheels" while we are out and about. So, I expect some out-of-pocket expenses with deductibles, some inconvenience with getting estimates and scheduling repairs, but it won't change our lives. The last time we had a claim was in the late 90s when a brand new motorcoach simply stopped on our second outing. It had to be towed about 150 miles to the nearest facility that could work on it, and the tow truck driver drove like a mad-man and did some damage to the front of the coach. Progressive came out as soon as we got to our destination and wrote us a check on the spot. Because of the pandemic, they are not sending anyone out to assess damage. I will be photographing and videoing each conveyance and sending that to them. If a body shop comes in with a higher cost than what Progressive's estimate, they will pay the difference direct to the shop... after their claims people determine if that is reasonable. At least that is how this is supposed to work. We'll see how it all plays out, but it won't likely be anything we rush into.