Hello to the community I find myself to be pretty handy with our household. The weight distribution hitch was another learning curve, but I have it to where my Toyota Tundra stands as if I had a light load on it. The rear suspension height is as normal, the front is a half inch high. She handles the load very well with the EAZ LIFT 3. As far as handling myself on the road, and in the RV park maneuvering the 31 footer I am quite comfortable. But there are still things I can learn from anyone. Setting it up for a stay was very new to me. What I need to learn is the purchasing the proper tools. I'm referring to (not sure what their called) is these orange cradles under the wheels to help level the RV. I made a type of step to back on to level the RV from left to right with treated 2X6's. Hooking up the black water line and potable water was pretty simple. Flushing the black water line was also pretty simple. I never did that before, I just used my common sense.