I have a very aerodynamic, 22-foot Class C. It is so aerodynamic, that the front end of the RV is slightly lower than the rear. My favorite camp site is one that is slightly sloped, so that when I pull into it, the front of the RV will be a little up hill. That way, my fridge (and everything else in the RV) will be level. If I park in a LEVEL camp site, I always have to put some of my Lynx Levelers under the front tires to ensure that the RV is level. I know that the newer fridges don't have to be perfectly level, but I'm uncomfortable when the RV is off even an inch (I don't like doors that swing open by themselves, pencils that roll off the table, and pilot lights that are slightly missing the mark). I have also had to park in sites that are sloped in a downhill direction - a very difficult situation that requires that I might have to use up to 5 inches of Lynx Levelers. In that case, I'll back into the site instead! Does anyone have this kind of nuisance problem, and what do you do about it? Thanks from Maggie.