The 33 Flowers has all Wynne windows & they are all large (30x30) (3 windshields, 3 each side, 3 winterback) I really like the large size (visibility) but it appears it made it challenging installations as not all wall surfaces are perfectly flat. I removed all but 4 windows for the purpose of re-finishing gelcoat to windshield and winterback and the fact I could see there were so leak issues as evidence of the previous owners love of clear silicone Gelcoat been done for weeks and I did have to do some delamination repairs to liver corners of front windshields. All windows were thoroughly cleaned up, all silicone removed and been “massaging” the fit of each window,1 at a time with a rubber mallet. For installation, each window I tape off each window opening and tape window frame edge, sand gelcoat at mating surfaces of opening and back side or window, wash both with acetone, apply a liberal bead of white LifeCaulk, set window and let excess squeeze out, replace the inner frames with the screws tightened down snug, acid brush off excess while using brush, peal tape, and a very minimal amount of clean up with a rag wet with prep-sol. So my questions (2) Is “Massaging” these Wynne windows with a rubber mallet (or other soft object as to not damage common practice to get a perfect fit, the frame to the openings edge ? Adhesives Is clear silicone typically used to set them or as I used (White LifeCaulk) a sealer that’s more of an adhesive ? Attaching a few pictures to show my installations compared to a few windows I didn’t remove (they will come out over the winter) If you look close, the windows I didn’t remove, some corners are about 1/4 inch filled with silicone because fit sucks.