Two "can I" and "would you" questions in one thread. In my intro, I mentioned we've owned a 2007 Jayco 1007 (10' box, no slide, no storage box). Lots of reasons for sticking with a PUP for the next 7-10 years. We are 54 and really only have 1 daughter left plus guest camping with us. Retirement likely not 'til age 65. Wife won't drive a full-size truck, and they don't work for my job. Many miles, tight parking. We had just about settled on a NEW Flagstaff 823D (or Rockwood 2317G). That's a 12' box with slideout dinette and front storage box, but no shower/toilet, so a little lighter than other 12 footers with front storage. Before pulling the trigger, though, wife saw a Highwall and we are now contemplating a HW (Flagstaff 27KS or 27SC, MAYBE even the 29SC). Current TV is a 2008 Chevy Trailblazer with 5,200 lb. tow capacity and 10,000 lb. GCWR. From sticker on door, GVWR is 5,750 lb., GAWR Front is 2,950 lb., and GAWR Rear is 3,200 lb. Owners' manual indicates 400 lb. max. tongue weight unless there's a weight distributing hitch. Then it goes to 900 lb. Challenge for the TB is that it's 12 years old and has 116,000 miles. Runs great, but getting a little rusty. It's currently our 3rd vehicle and driven by our 25 y/o daughter who lives at home and our 21 y/o daughter when home from college, so it serves as our "kid car" and TV June-August. I figure on 2 more years of towing with it, maybe 3. I see no issues with the 12' box with dinette for the Trailblazer. Agree? The 823D/2317G has a hitch weight of 292 lb. and GVWR of about 3,300 lb. How about a 14' box HW for the Trailblazer? They have hitch weights of 300-380 lb. and GVWR of 3,800-3,900 lb. Seems like the TB could handle those, but maybe not the 16' box HW. It's 500 lb. heavier than the 14' and the GVWR is 5,000 lb. Seems a stretch. If we retire the TB in 2-3 years, we have two choices for towing. First, we can use my wife's 2018 Chrysler Pacifica WITH factory tow. Just got it a year ago figuring it as a back-up TV. Since we bike, the hitch was needed anyway. Obviously, the Pacifica can't handle any HW PUP. I've read many posters suggest a 12' box with slideout dinette and front storage is too much for a minivan. The 823D max'd out is at 3,300 lb., just a hair under our max of 3,500 lb. Go or no-go for the Pacifica on the 823D/2317G? Or are there other factors (wife and I weigh about 300 lbs combined, so figure 550 with daughter and guest worst case). Other option in 2-3 years (ideally 4) is to replace my daily commuter vehicle (2015 Chrysler 200 sedan) which I was planning to turn over to our 12 y/o as her first car when she starts driving at 16. I'd then get a mid-sized SUV like a Traverse/Acadia, Explorer, Pilot, Highlander, something like that for work. Maybe even a Colorado/Canyon. Not doing a full-sized SUV or 1/2T truck, so please don't suggest it. Not going to happen. Thoughts on getting a HW and towing with a mid-sized SUV, say our TB now and one of those listed above in 2-3 years? Doable? Advisable? The HW versions look really nice, but compared to our Jayco 1007, so does the 823D. Thanks.