Hi, I finally took a first camping trip with my camper. It went very well, in large part thanks to this forum! Since I'm limited by my 200# rated tongue weight with my Outback, I added a rear bumper support system to better distribute weight. Before departing, I adjusted my tongue weight to 200# and I estimate the trailer weight to 1950#. The car was probably at 800#. Towing went fine, no sway. I took a picture of the setup at our fist stop, and noticed that the rear suspension was *maybe* too compressed. Also, when backing up in my driveway, there's a little depression then little incline, and the foot of my tongue scraped my pavers. Not fun. So, I was wondering : - Is the suspension too compressed? - My car tires are at 30/32 lbs. Should I increase this? - To try to prevent the tongue foot from scraping the ground, should I use a hitch curving upwards? I currently have the factory straight style. - As a last resort, should I cut down the foot, so it extends less close to the ground? Thanks!