Hi Folks, Been lurking here for a couple of months learning and basically absorbing some great information. I picked up a 1985 Starcraft Starmaster 21 this weekend for next to nothing. It has a 10' box. It is a perfect candidate for either an off-road build from the frame up, or a utility trailer. Any wood in the camper is basically water damaged (including the roof), so repairs to the existing structure are out of the question. My question is, what are your thoughts on a 10' box on dirt roads, forest service roads, etc? Too long, or nothing to be overly concerned about? Too heavy? Would anything special need to be done to the frame to reduce flex? I'd really like to hear opinions before I choose a direction or start working on it. I am not talking about rock-crawling here - just a camper more off-road capable than most, and maneuverable enough in some fairly tight spaces. I have a wife, a 9 year old, and a 4 year old, so the camper seems to be about the right size for us (although they have not seen the inside as both rear lift cables have snapped). Thanks, Mark PS - I should add that new suspension, wheels, tires are in my plan. My primary concern right now is the frame and the box length.