Well, this seems to be the place to start. I bought a 96 Skyline Nomad Oct of last year. I did the numbers with the truck so I'm good with that. Thinking the dealer RV America screwed me on the hitch but... Currently I am installing a LED amber caution light on the back of the trailer along with a slow moving vehicle triangle. Many of the "forums" I have looked at suggest 50 or 55 mph. I haven't had this thing on the hi-way yet and can't even imagine doing the 75mph speed limit. Time will tell... I'm still on a step learning curve since disability has more or less forced me into full time rving. I did alot of road trips when I was younger but now at age 60 my wanderlust isn't what it used to be. I'm having the trailer's brakes, spindles, bearings, grease etc checked out before I hit the road. I May call the dealership firast to see if they looked at them but I am thinking these guys are nothing more than used car salesmen...hoping not but... I installed a cb in the truck. I'm working on the brain wiring for the LED. This forum has been and will I imagine help answer the thousands of questions I have. At this point probably the hardest thing is figuring out how to put a four bedroom house with a two car oversize garage inside the travel trailer... . It's 25" from spare tire to ball hitch. I loved the five most forgotten thingy list. I am currently researching generators. The most daunting thing for now is what's going to happen when those 18 wheeler's come blasting by me like I'm setting still. Any advice from you guys would be appreicated. I have thought about and maybe you guys might know about this...attaching a curved peice of alumium to the back driver side of the trailer???? Any thoughts? Thanks guys.