I need some general guidance! Our house may have the worst pluming job in Texas . . . and I've been working through repairs and replacements as long as we've lived here. I"m somewhat handy and have been able to everything myself SO FAR. But I think I'm in over my head with our tub faucets! Hubby bought me a nice, new fixture for Christmas and was going to call a plumber but I wanted to try to do it myself . . . . we have 2 kids in college and one in high school and it takes every spare penny to avoid student loans! Well, I've never gotten around to it so I'm finally giving in and we're ready to call a plumber! Here's the question (sorry it took so long to get to the point). The tub is an 'all in one' tub/shower surround'. The sheetrock above the tub is damaged (moldy and 'waterlogged'). And the tub USED to have a sliding door that was removed and left drill holes and marks where the tracks were. Someday I'd love a new tub but I don't know if now is the time. Before I call a plumber, how much of this would it be best to handle now? For instance, can I replace the sheetrock without removing the tub? How hard is a DIY tub replacement if a plumber does the fixtures? anyway . . .guidance is most appreciated . . . and please remember my budget is tight. THANKS!