New here, I am finishing a 3 season room at grade. The floor was prepared as follows. 4" of crush run, 1 inch of foam, 1/2 inch rebar and 6 inches of concrete. Very stable base.. Is it flat? Well it was hand troweled by a pro and variations are + or - 1/4 or less. There are no obvious imperfections. Room is 13' x 23'. Only one cut out 4"x10", and no under cuts. Room temp is 45 F to 80 F. I like the click together lvp but don't like the hollow sound of it. Has anyone used click together with releasable adhesive or conventional adhesives? I like the thick lvp 8mm with 20 mil wear layer types. A click product glued down seems like a better installation, less movement and no hollow sound. Would buckling be an issue? It seem it wouldn't because some lvp is designed for glue down. Any thoughts, any manufacturers ok with this?