Cool! In that case, my suggestion of removal and getting a MoonShade stands.
Here are some reasons why:
* When you want shade the built-in shade is never where you need it, at the angle you need it to create the shade you want. You can put up a Moonshade wherever you want it, at whatever angle works for you in the moment.
* The built-in shade is no good for rain, as water pools on the awning and could easily destroy it...if not now, then in a couple of years once the fabric stretches out a bit. Moonshade isn't exactly a rain canopy either, but if you accidentally leave it out and it gets destroyed, it's not as expensive to replace.
* The built-in shade is very expensive to repair and/or replace. Replacing or repairing a moonshade is relatively inexpensive.
* Moonshade doesn't go up as quickly as pressing a button, but it's still remarkably fast and easy to deploy and then put away once you get the hang of it, and it's quite small when packed up.