I've got a question for all those who haul their boats for the winter: when positioning the blocks, most marinas (mine included) usually support*boats at three points;*two at the stern and one forward under the keel. This is an easy*setup since the boat will always settle securely onto the three points. To me, this*seems insufficient support and I've always had them place at least four extra stacks of blocks evenly spaced under the keel, which puts support directly under the engine weight (ours is a single), instead of it*hanging somewhat in the middle of*a support "triangle". *Am I just being anal here? I've read stories about engine/shaft re-alignments being required yearly due to hull "creep" during storage, and was wondering if anyone else has also lost sleep worrying about this.