Got the passenger side flap door back on and working properly. Raised and lowered the convertible top to check everything out. Got up this morning and noticed that the corner of the top, at the back of the drivers side window where it meets the body, is flapping free. Looks like the material that surrounde the plastic carriage piece ripped out and the carriage piece came completely out of the track. The plastic piece is also bent/fractured and will not go back to being straight. I took the top out of the car and will be taking it over to a friend of mine who does upholstery and top work for hotrods and custom cars...will see if he can figure out a way to fix it or tell me where to go locally. If I have to get a "new top", can I get just the fabric and window or do I have to get the frame and all? I now I have seen a couple of complete tops advertised for sale here on this site but would be kind of leary about shipping charges and quality. I may call the local Chevy dealer Monday and see what they say. I am a month old owner of this car, a 2006. I do not mind working on the car as I also own a couple of MG's and just got rid of an old Harley in order to finance the Solstice. Anyway, just wondering what the general consensus is on how to go about repairing this top...