Hi all. I’m just at the beginning stages of dreaming about upgrading, and I want to see if this is even possible. My sons are getting too big to share a bunk, and I want to be able to keep dinette seating set up and not have that be our only option for a third bunk. Plus the idea of turtling en route, loading before trips, having a bathroom rather than cassette shower/toilet, and having the option of shelter following power outages is all very appealing. Frankly I’m not really in the position to upgrade, and I’m absolutely not in the position to upgrade my TV. I drive a 2014 GMC Acadia, I purposely went used for the longer wheel base and greater tow capacity. My tow capacity is 5200, I’ve seen payload indicated as 1609 and as 1750, and my GCWR, combined weight of everything which I never see referenced, is 10,450. I have no idea whatsoever what my frontal load capacity is. I do have the tow package with cooling, etc. My current high wall pup has a GVWR of 3700 and tows as though nothing is back there. Every once in a while my RPMs go up but I ease off and it evens out. Looking at the smallest units I can find, it looks like 18’ boxes with three bunks are running around 4400 GVW (and isn’t that different from GVWR?). While that IS under 5200, is that cutting it too close? I just looked online at Roos, Jayfeather, and Starcraft smaller units. I don’t necessarily mind small length but I’m kind of nervous that without a slide out things would feel a bit cramped. Any advice on whether this is even an option and what units I should be looking at are appreciated. I would need to go used or at least a killer low deal on an old model gathering dust at a dealer. I read I should steer toward 2012 or newer due to fundamental changes in bunk design and leakproofing? Thank you for any advice!