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  1. Can't help but feel like this will not help anyone (re?)gain faith in the Avalon brand, nor will it help instill any faith in the brand. I wonder, it said they were able to keep the fire from spreading to the completed structures... pardon me if I sound a little flippant, but anyone know if they actually learned a damn thing from the Edgewater Avalon fire, or are they still making the same decisions that, at least can be ARGUED, contributed to the fire's size? You'd think they'd at least consider putting in fire walls, and sprinklers, especially if they insist on using that highly flammable "engineered lumber" to build most of the structure. ~_~