Sold my 5x10 utility trailer a few weeks ago and decided to buy an enclosed cargo trailer. The idea is to pull it behind my Ford Transit camper van so I can bring my motorcycle and bikes when we go camping. I like to set up camp in the mountains, desert or on the coast and then ride my motorcycle to explore the area. The 130" wheel base Transit has limited space to carry anything besides the necessities for camping. It has a permanent bed, a kitchen. fridge/freezer and a small sitting area. The plan is to put a small kitchen in the trailer as well so we can cook in there when the weather is nasty. The Transit has the 3.5 liter EcoBoost, with over 400 lbs/ft of torque and the 3.73 rear-end so towing isn't a problem. I went shopping for a single axle 6x12 trailer but ended up with a 6x10 Continental Cargo trailer with a V nose that can be used for the small kitchen. The trailer has an interior height of 6'7", which is 6" taller than the standard version. From a distance it looks like a nice trailer with LED lights, but up close it's not as pretty. There's a sticker on the trailer that says "proudly built in Silverton Oregon", but I'm sure that whoever built this trailer didn't take pride in his or her work. Some of the interior black paint on the frame falls of when you touch it and there are pieces of welding wire stuck to the frame in several locations. The wiring for the LED lights is fed through razor sharp holes in the frame without grommets or cable glands. There are also multiple holes that shouldn't be there but were probably mis-drilled. Anyway, overall it's not a bad trailer for the money and it will be pretty when I'm done with it. First thing I did was install some grommets to protect the wiring. After that I bought some coin mat garage floor tiles from the Home Depot.