Planning to transition into a full time solo boondocking setup later this summer, no kids, no pets. Plan on BLM land, as deep as I can get. The tow vehicle is an '07 FJ Cruiser, it's currently stock and rated to pull 5,000lb with a 500lb hitch. At first I was looking at T@B teardrops & cargo trailers until I discovered the cargo rack on pop up toy haulers. For a solo boondocker with a mid-size TV, these look ideal. Canvas PUPs won't do for me full time, but I think a hard-side A-frame could. Instead of toys I'll be hauling extra water on the rack, plus firewood, trash can, tool box, portable clothes washer, etc. Anything funky or durable enough to survive out on the deck will find itself out there. Sounds great, but I'm concerned about the 500lb hitch capacity of the FJ. Single axle A-Frame PUP toy haulers weigh about 2300lbs with a 350lb tongue. Great for mid-size, not worried about overall weight as I'll stay under 3k fully loaded. But that loading will happen exclusively on the deck - how would you actually get a toy onto this mid-size friendly trailer, without exceeding your mid-size hitch weight? Time for a suspension upgrade, or something I don't know?