We had two kids and the perfect trailer (Salem Cruise Lite 195BH). A queen bed, a dinette, two bunks, a bathroom, and a small kitchen with fridge/freezer. And then we decided to have ONE more kid...and got twins. (We love them and have no regrets...) So we upgraded to a Toyota Sequoia as our tow vehicle. I really love having a dedicated dinette instead of having to convert it to a bed. We camp in cooler weather and its nice if a storm blows in for the kids to eat and craft and play games at the table. But all the travel trailers I've looked at with quad bunks are HUGE. We like our little 21 foot overall trailer because its easy to tow and can fit in tiny campsites. So then I started looking at Toy Haulers and just adding cheap, light weight Ikea bunk beds. (My kids sleep best when they have a dedicated bed that can have a curtain blocking their view). Usually I look at the GVWR of a trailer but in this case, some are designed to have a lot of cargo and I wouldn't be filling it that full. We are pretty mindful of what we pack, including water and furniture, and would take it to the Pilot station to weigh it. I also know that even if the unloaded weight of the trailer is only 5,000 the hitch weight can be something like 1,100 and that's too high for the Sequoia. So with all that being said, I've been looking at some that actually have a hitch weight of about 500-700 lbs and aren't much longer than our current trailer. I like that the drop down loft bed could fit a king sized mattress, something that my husband and I really want. Then we could fit the lower bunk beds underneath the loft. And still have a little room for a dinette and the two pack n plays (until the babies are ready for the bunks...) We also have a 60 pound Goldendoodle and it would be nice to have more room for him. Am I missing any considerations with using a toy hauler as a bunk house? I know a popup has more sleeping space and small towing size but I have issues with a tent trailer. Hence staying on the dark side.