I've never commented on this thread before, but I LOVE your truck. Reading this last part about your canopy woes I wanted to suggest a couple of things. The easy first: I vote for Expo white or the grey. Lighter colors equal cooler interior temps. Second, I'm pretty positive your canopy is ABS plastic. Two things about those. They're not very strong IMHO and should not bear heavy loads on the roof. As for repairing the cracks I imagine that you could probably still use fiberglass for the repair, but there is such a thing as plastic welders. Andy & Bax has them I believe. I think you would just have to cut a little groove and then use the plastic welder to fill the space, just like metal welding. I don't think this would provide the long term nor physical strength you want though. Lastly, I LOVE your truck. That thing is so beautiful.
1994 Toyota Hilux Extra-cab. 22RE. 5-spd. 33x10.50x15 BFG A/T. Old Man Emu F/R shocks. NWOR rear springs. Ball joint spacers. T-100 rotors/calipers. Warb front bumper. Doug Thorley header, Magnaflow muffler & 2 1/4" pipe. SR5 bucket seats. 4.88's soon, no seriously.