We just had the liner and pool steps replaced on an inground 20x40 Grecian style vinyl lined pool. The contractor advises that the steps are installed correctly, but they just don't look or feel right. The steps are higher than the pool deck by about 2 inches, and the top step is dry when the water level is optimal. We also can see a gap behind the liner and the pool wall. The concern is whether this is going to damage the liner, in addition to just being unsightly. We've also had guests trip on the edge of the steps when walking around the pool. The contractor doesn't want to reinstall the steps, instead offering a discount on the job equivalent to half the price of the steps. The previous steps were flush with the deck level. Are we being too particular, or should we insist that the steps be reinstalled to be level with the deck?