I took on the arduous task of replacing the carpet in our RV (99' Holiday Rambler, 32' A). The carpet was old, worn and just wouldn't look "clean" no matter how much we tried. On the spur of the moment, without a clear plan in sight (isn't that how all guys really do things?) I decided to rip out the bench seating and replace the carpet with a vinyl wood grain tile (looks very nice, IMHO). So far, it's really gone without a hitch - except for the seatbelt bolts (eesh!) and the 9 trillion tacks the installers used when there was nothing in the shell except air. Anyway, the point of my question is, I'm up to the entry steps (so far, no rotted wood, thank God) and I'm wondering what yall think about what to do in that area. The tiles are 7mil, with a 10 year warranty, but probably wouldn't hold up for that long as stair treads. I suppose I have a couple options - 1) install the tile and replace it when it gets really worn. 2) install carpet back on the steps 3) ask for advice from someone who's got experience - or at least ideas on what would work best. The bottom step is a no-slip black surface - and is holding up great. What do you think would be best on the next step, and sides? I've attached a picture of what I'm working with, angles and such.