I decided against this purchase and the RV has since sold. I truly appreciate everyone's response and willingness to share experiences!
I've been scouring these forums, reading varied opinions regarding towing capacity. Many with half ton trucks are pulling 9,000 lb + RVs, some bragging about being able to do so. Being able to tow it does not mean it is safe to tow it. Dodge rates my Ram 1500 Quad Cab at 10,000 lbs. towing capacity. That does not mean I can hitch up a 9k pound RV and take off!
Determining safe towing capacity on a vehicle can be confusing. I finally found an easy, reliable formula to determine SAFE towing capacity - "Polk's Rule". Using his formula, I determined it was not safe for me to pull the Liberty Freedom 320BHDS, even though my 1/2 ton Hemi equipped truck is at the top in its class for torque, power and towing capacity. According to Polk's Formula, I can safely tow a dry weight of under 7,000 lbs. That leaves plenty of room for storage, passengers, etc. without having to worry about exceeding the capacity. Just my 2 cents.