Good morning. My question below pertains to hunting equipment I am putting together for joining a deer camp this fall. I recently purchased a Honda Foreman 520 which for discussion purposes weighs 750 lbs wet. The tow vehicle is a manual transmission light SUV rated for 2,700 lbs towing. ATV was bought for moderate hunting and OHV Trail Riding. I am looking at utility trailers and seeking advice. My requirements: 1. Treated Wood Floor - Replaceable, adds some weight to empty trailer, stiffens frame / body, and tie-down cleats can be added. 2. 5'x8' bed - large enough to haul ATV, plywood, 1-2 deer w ATV or camping supplies. 3. Loading Ramp - easy to load wheeled vehicles (lawnmower, ATV, etc) 4. Trailer weight < 900 lbs 5. Keep total tow weigh near 1,500-1,600 lbs. Using criteria it looks like a Carry-On 5x8GW is the golden ticket. 15" dia tires, 3,500 lb axle, tongue jack, treated floor, ramp, A-frame tongue, and 775 lbs. Pipe top trailers are very handy for easy tie-down and no strap cutting potential but typically come in 5'x10' trailer sizes that weight exceeds 900 lbs. My questions are as follows: 1. Is there a better trailer for <$1,150? 2. Trailer weight does go up 375 lbs on Carry-On 5x8GW vs the 5X8GW2K. 3. Is it worth the +$200 to buy -A-frame tongue vs straight tongue -3,500 lb axle vs 2,000 lb axle -15" dia tires vs 13" dia tires? 4. Is there any advice on 15" vs 13" tires for towing? My thought would be that larger dia tires weigh more and increase drag but should roll easier, particularly if towing a trailer over rough terrain. Higher trailer height is 0.75" and should be negligible effect to any loading. 5. Does anyone know of a good source or dealer in the SC / NE GA / West NC area that can beat the price above for this model. I do not own a SxS and do not haul heavy loads, but buying a more powerful tow vehicle in 5 years is a real possibility. Upping the weight above 1,500 lbs would likely necessitate trailer brakes, surge brakes seem like a simple solution.