Totally agree, need to make sure everything is within its weights and not maxing anything out. For reference I was looking at this trailer XLR Boost 21 qbs . And for those wondering, yes I have checked my payload sticker on the door jam, the weight sticker on the receiver, and have weighed my truck at a cat scaleHave seen quite a few toyhaulers both bumper and 5th wheel types being pulled with a F150. Just have to watch your gross weight and go with smaller and lighter trailers than people with 3/4 or 1 ton pickups.
For pulling it is best to have a too big of rated pickup pay load than too small. Also don't pull too fast as have seen way too many going way faster than they should if they would need to stop fast.
Pirate,I just ordered a 16 ft Haulmark to pull behind the new motorhome. You can order one with all the windows, doors, vents, AC. Just about anything you want.
Different approach, but it will work.