I was contemplating an enclosed trailer set up to haul my tools ( carpentry) Maybe as soon as 01FEB2013 I have done this before on a limited scale as a side job, basement framing, tile floors, hardwood, trim. That sort of stuff. I don't get into major renovations as it is just way beyond what I want to do. And I have done my time slogging through the mud pulling forms out of muddy holes. I enjoy it and there seems to be work around for me to do. I am also facing a possible move after building my dream shop and now am considering going mobile again. I wanted some input into trailers, if anyone has had one. What brand do you like, what options can you not live without? What are a waste of money?? How do you find it handles with weight? How easy is it to take everything out and convert to a small hunt camp? Have you got a set up you would like to share for tools? Ron Paulk on youtube has a nice set up on his truck that I wouldn't mind imitating I am thinking of going to a 20' trailer with a v-nose insulated, electric pkg, drivers side access door, rv door 16"o/c floor, marine grade 3/4" ply floor input?? I would like to be able to pull up to a job and not unload every tool I have or at least make it easier and who knows.....maybe we have a monkey who works for a trailer MFG who can benefit when I make the leap.