Getting nagged enough, and we've made enough progress on this build it's not quite as boring now... so here's the thread. Been working with Tyler's Backcountry Awareness doing avalanche education for a few years now. As the program has grown, we've outgrown our old trailer and spent a lot of money on lodging at various events through the year. With a few sleds, gear, tools, fuel, beer... the space goes quick. Sometimes we'd use the TBA trailer as storage/sled-hauling, while I hauled mine up for living quarters. ...Which works, but we still don't really have any classroom space. Classroom safety videos, how to read an avalanche forecast (and the what current day's forecast is), how to efficiently use rescue gear... With the F550, towing capacity really isn't an issue. A gooseneck gets us a lot more trailer space without adding significantly more length to the rig. So we were looking at something in the 45-50 foot range we could build into a mobile classroom, room for half a dozen sleds, and living quarters for 3-4 people. TBA also came in 2nd (to the Rabbit Ears parking lot expansion) for recommendations on Colorado Snowmobile Association's grant program. This, along with a bunch of great sponsors, will help us outfit the trailer and continue promoting avalanche and backcountry safety to the motorized community. Goal is to have the trailer snow-ready by Thanksgiving.