I have been pulling this rig with my Tundra for a few years now.
Plenty of pulling power.
It's the pin weight that is the issue.
1200 lbs of pin, 200 lbs of hitch, wife, son, junk in the bed, and over my cargo capacity I go.
Where I notice it is when we hit uneven roads...the swoopty doos.
I have had this trailer pull up so hard on the hitch that it felt as though the rear tires are lifting off the pavement.
This was on a downhill curve on HWY 152 heading towards Gilroy, CA.
That was the worst feeling I ever had.
I was not in control for a second or two.
Wife screamed. Not a good situation.
I think that in their placing the kitchen in the rear it reduces the pin weight to the point that it can see-saw and create a negitive pin weight in certain situations.
I have added air bags but that didn't really help. Maybe better shocks???
I am now starting to look at 3/4 ton trucks.
As far as the trailer is concerned, very few problems.
I junked the concertone unit (replaced 3 times under warranty) with a 120V home theatre and just recently replaced the 12V TV with a 27" 120V 1080P LED flatscreen. Way better than before.
We love the layout.
It has been a pretty good rig so far.