not sure on price on camper, but look real close at your towing capibilities on the truck and the weights on the trailer.
keep in mind trailers showing "dry weight" are with no cargo, propain, battery, upgraded stoves, fridges, etc..
Lotsa folks think that just cause it's ultra light they can pull it with no problems, but do the research before you commit to the trailer and then find yourself with too little towing capibility, there is lots of facts that go into capibility to tow/ including the wheel base length, axle ratings, gvwr, cgvwr,cargo capacity,
last thing you want to do is get a trailer, then get stuck with being forced into buying another vehicle to use it.
Lots of trailer builders are building trailers and marketing them to 1/2 ton truck owners, lotsa of 1/2 t truck owners find out after the fact that the trailer empty is at the max capicity of the truck they have,
best of luck,
2006 Expedition 4x4 w/HD tow package
5.4L 4 speed auto w/OD 3.73
tow rated 8200
2008 Cougar XLite 30FKS