Hello! We're looking to buy a tent trailer in the next week or so, and I want to make sure our 2012 Honda Odyssey is ready to pull one. I've read the thread on how to tow with a minivan here (http://www.popupportal.com/threads/how-to-tow-with-a-car-small-suv-or-minivan.31187/). It was super helpful. It did lead me to a couple of questions: 1. The post does not mention installing a transmission cooler. Is it recommended? I've heard that it can extend the life of the transmission. 2. Do certain models come with electric brakes? Are they required after a certain weight? We're looking to get a pup in the 1500-2000 dry weight range. From what I read on the thread I linked above, electric brakes sound like a necessity. We live in Utah and will often travel through mountain passes (the Rockies, Glacier National Park, etc). 3. If electric brakes do not come standard, are they difficult or expensive to have installed? 4. Last summer we installed this hitch receiver on our van: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000RNW5HQ/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1 We put a cargo holder on it. After all our gear for a weeks worth of camping was loaded, it made the rear of the vehicle ride low, to the point of it bottoming out on some very normal dips. Is it possible to prevent this with a tent trailer? Would a weight distribution hitch (WDH) help? 5. If we do use a WDH, is there an easy way to tell if tent trailers are compatible with it? I apologize- that's a lot of questions, I know. I'd rather make sure we do it correctly than have our car break down on the highway, or worse, have an accident. Feel free to point me to a certain thread if it answers my questions. Thanks in advance for any help! We're excited to get our pup!