I have arthritis, not too bad now, but in a few years, I won't be able to do the setup of the tent trailer without maybe hurting myself. So, I was thinking maybe a teardrop trailer wouldn't be a bad switch to make when things get difficult. The good I see in them is that the setup is practically nothing. The kitchen is in the back; just open the hatch. The beds are snug inside already made when you get there. I'd have to make sure it was a big one, as my husband is 6'4". But other than that, I don't see a downside. Any other aging boomers thinking of this?