Getting Things Fixed...
After trying to weigh the pros and cons on how to go about getting things taken care of and fixed before the camping season begins... we decided to take the trailer in to our local AS dealership. Found out today that the roof seals were not the cause of the water damage, while we are going to have something resealed on top (for preventative maintenance) our water lines had some leaks. The dealership pressurized the system and determined this to be the cause of the water damage under the fridge area. We are waiting for insurance to let us know if they will cover this repair (dealership sent them a bid) which will include removing the fridge and the cabinetry around it and then replacing a section of flooring... hopefully they cover it but we told them to go ahead and start the repairs with or without insurance.
Some of the water lines will be replaced and we will also have the rub strip down around the bottom of the trailer sealed. I think just before camping season starts, I will do some sealing/re-sealing around windows, skins, etc, where-ever it looks like it might be needed.
I hope the seal around the wheel well did not cause the leaking but hopefully when the fridge/cabinetry, damaged flooring is removed, they look at that to make sure it may have not been the cause as someone else has mentioned happened to them.
Once the repairs are completed... I think we can start again on the interior remodeling we had planned, things are looking up and I really appreciate every ones comments and encouragement. If we had better weather and I had more time, tools, and a good area to work in, we would probably tackle the job ourselves and save some money, but for now, this is the best decision for us.