Well, made it home from my first winter in Florida as a "Retiree" and loved it all. My last 100 miles was not very good since I had to drive only 40-45 miles an hour. Seems that when I try to give the ole gal some gas she seems to want to bog down :dead: , kind of like when your older and need to rest up before the big event of the day. As long as I was on level ground and did not have to give it more gas to speed up, it would run fine, but the minute I hit a hill and had to give gas, it seemed to not get gas and seemed to miss or almost stall. I have a 31 ft, winn, chieftain, with the 454 gas engine and I was pulling a honda accord on a tow dolly. Seriously, I gas up down near Nashville this am and crossed the mighty Ohio river into Indiana (home state) and it all started. I may have gotten some bad gas or something more serious. I limped all the way home. I'm going to change the gas filter tomorrow and see if it was just a clogged gas filter. Does this seem to be gas problem or could it be transmission problem? Any ideas? Engine did not overheat and oil pressure stayed in the normal range.