For some reason the holes for the rear headliner trim screws are wallowed out too much, which I should have fixed a long time ago. But it is what it is, so I am thinking of a few ideas to fix this issue so I can use the factory-style screws. The idea I am running with now is to cut a small rectangular piece of 16 or 18 gauge sheet metal and attach it over each of the slot locations. Then I could hold the trim piece in place and mark where the new screw holes need to be drilled. This seems like the most logical approach, but attaching the metal is where I am stuck. I could use some small sheet metal screws to hold the patch in place. Or I could use some sort of adhesive. There isn't a lot of torque on the trim screws, so I don't need to over-engineer it. What are some ideas you have for this?