Gee thanks... I was just getting to like you
Problem is I know your right
Actually, I just thought of this.
Like I mentioned earlier, the wood appears to be good because all of the screws in the metal toilet flange were very tight. About three were a little loose and I was able to tighten them quite well. So that is good news.
If the leak that I saw out of the belly pan during the over fill of the tank can come from the rubber toilet seal, I may have fixed it already.
The two nuts holding the toilet down were not tight at all. I loosed and removed them with just my fingers. Also the toilet was able to rock side by side.
After I removed it and inspected everything, sprayed the seal with silicone spray, I tightened the nuts good with a wrench.
Now the toilet is secure. So, that itself would probably fix that seal.
The way I see it, as long as I've convinced myself it should be ok