While camping recently over a very, very rainy weekend, I noticed water around the antenna crank inside the trailer. This is a Batwing antenna that is only 2 or 3 seasons old.
So yesterday, I got up on the roof to investigate, and found right away that the weather-boot on the coax that seals up the cable's roof penetration had deteriorated. It was tight on the cable when it was new, but it ain't anymore. Kinda stretched out...rain water that hits the cable will just drip right on down, through the boot, and into the hole in the roof.
So I put a glob of parbond around the boot/cable joint. I should probably wrap it up w/ electrical tape or something, too.
Anyway, just wanted to report this. If mine has stretched, others have, too. That weather boot design is inadequate.