to all for your comments.
finding a good roofer--or one that cares about actually finding a leak and fixing the problem rather than just shlopping on shingles is tantamount to winning the lottery...maybe i should have mentioned that i live in Orlando, FL whereby a freak of nature we got hit by four hurricanes last year and roofers have enough to keep them busy for 2 years and can charge what they want -- we had to wait 4 months to get our roof fixed and we still have this problem.
All that being said, i'm still also trying to digest everything that homebild said (although alot of houses here have the same gazillion angles and don't seem to have a problem).
I guess in a nutshell, gotta keep plugging away to find a quality roofer--and/or an engineer. Any of you have any knowledge of my area and any referrals?
Also, you mentioned you couldn't really tell from my photos--would it help if i took closer ones or ones from on top of the roof? I'm gonna try that and will let you know when they're up
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