I've had my Marcioni Bros. Tiltall for the better part of 10 years, and it has served me well aside from the fact that the camera platform covering was completely gone when I got it. I've made a few attempts to replace it, but always found that I was left without enough thread for the camera to engage. In the past it's not been a huge issue for me, and over the past year or so I've migrated primarily to using Arca Swiss plates on my 35mm-sized stuff and Hasselblad in conjunction with a B1 head on a set of CF legs. In the past few weeks, though, I've brought out the trusty Tilt-All again as a semi-permanent mount for a Calumet monorail, and I'm having a LOT of issues with the camera rotating on the mount. I know that replacement rubber pads are available, but I'm considering going in a different direction. I have some 1/16" cork automotive gasket material out in the garage, and am considering cutting that to fit the camera platform on the tripod. Has anyone done something similar, and if so what material did you use to re-cover the platform? In addition, how did you attach it to the top?