Well yes Larry, I’m well aware of other inspection points regarding windows, but thanks for the tip. And as far as vinyl siding goes, I believe it is pretty easy (depending on the length of the piece) to zip and unzip the lap above the window. And while I realize it does go beyond standards to do this, it would give a more complete picture of the situation (especially if it was a relatively new installation where no other clues of leakage where present). If the tool and the procedure was quick and easy, and had no downside (such as possible breakage of the siding) it might be a good to be able to see these details. That’s what I’m asking. Tell me, do you look under the first course of shingles for a starter course or at the sheathing? I’m interested in ascertaining all of the information that is available so I can give a better report. There is nothing wrong with going above the minimum. Now please, feel free to not refrain.