After a lot of back-and-forths between a 12' with slideout dinette and front storage vs. a 14' highwall, the wife and I found a used highwall we plan to purchase sometime this week pending a more thorough inspection from a dealer who's serviced our current PUP. She wants the bathroom. It comes in at about 3,000 lbs. with about 800 lbs. CCC (yellow sticker, not theoretical). We need a new TV. What do you HW owners tow with if other than a 1/2T truck? Full-size truck or SUV (e.g. Tahoe) just aren't to happen for us. Heavily leaning toward the Colorado or Tacoma despite some others' warnings. Tow capacity isn't the issue at 7,000 lbs, but more about payload. Assuming 15% (high) for tongue weight, we're at 550-600 lbs. (only 450 at 12%) for tongue weight. We are small people, about 550-600 lbs. in passengers (wife, me, 12 y/o, friend/cousin). Eldest 3 girls are all 21-26 and drive separately if they go with us. No pets. Colorado model I'm considering has nearly 1,600 lbs. payload. HW looks like it can fit all our gear, including bikes, without maxing out the trailer. Probably only clothing would go in the TV. We tend to buy food near and get fresh water at (if no city water) the campgrounds. Planning on a WDH, too. Thoughts, warnings, cautions, or suggestions?