First, my qualifications: I'm an old fu*ker, too. Camping and crawling around on my hands and knees just ain't cuttin' it for me. I have a nice Big Agnes bag with the sleeve on the bottom for a nice 3" air mattress. I even have a LuxuryLite cot that is the best thing yet for sleeping low to the ground. Once I'm down there, I can sleep pretty well. I'd love to find something that would allow me to camp on my dream trips around the country. So I'm glad you're thinkin', pard. I keep coming back to this thread for those reasons. But here are a few of my concerns, which you should hear about before you go spending good money on a patent lawyer. I know they don't come cheap and if you find some lawyer who says he'll do it for a cut of the profits. BEWARE. Especially in the legal business, you get what you pay for. Trust me on that one... I am a lawyer. Where is the protection from a) Rain and b) bugs, such as mosquitoes? What if the site you want to camp at is a distance away from the parking area for the bike? E.g. rallies? What if you want to change clothes? Or, heaven forbid, your S.O. comes along and isn't quite interested in changing into her dainties by the side of the road? Now maybe you have answers for these, maybe you don't care, but if you hope to market this thing, you should broaden your target audience, not narrow it. Tents sell because they can be used by all kinds of people in all kinds of circumstances, can be carried in car or motorcycle luggage, are light weight, kids, dogs, grandpa can fit.... yada, yada, yada. The Uni Go and the Uni Track and many other similar luggage trailers have not made a very big splash. Maybe that is because they are missing what you have in your rig. Or maybe this is a very small target audience and the potential for buyers is small. As fun as your pictures are and as much as we love to see the roadside hillbilly shots of your makeshift campsite by the side of the road with a gun in prominent display, I just don't see this thing selling much, unless you address these kinds of issues. The only thing missing from the pics is a jug o' moonshine. Not to disparage you from the great American dream. I'm just throwing a little good ol' reality and skepticism your way. These are questions potential buyers will ask, especially when you find that you've got to charge $2500 to get this thing built proper and make it marketable, with a decent website, e-commerce, whatever. Keeping it in the family or building a few for your buds might work out just fine. Marketing to the world is another thang altogether. Just trying to be real here bro, No spite intended.