The carpet in my 60 is trashed and I am planning on yanking it out and replacing it with something else. What I need is something that will withstand abuse and provide insulation. The kind of stuff the interior of this 60 has to face includes regular dirt, mud, water, cave mud, organic oozy mud, clayish mud, blood, snake and turtle musk, animal crap, sloshed alcohol (for preservative), and miscellanous other stuff that I can't remember right now. What I'm thinking about installing in place of the carpet is a rubber bed mat from a truck. By using the old carpet as a template I think I could cut one that would work. May have to use > 1 piece around the tranny hump, but otherwise much of the floor and especially the cargo area is flat. With rubber I could probably just hose out the floor once or twice a year. For a layer of insulation I'm thinking about closed cell foam (sleeping pad type) or neoprene. The foam would be cheap and could most likely be fit around the tranny hump. Neoprene would be easier to fit but may be more costly. Thoughts, comments?