This is by no means a comment on this nice new addition to the fiberglass market.
I just wanted to remind anyone (particularly a newbie) who sees these 3000 lb. or 3500 lb. tow-weight figures about the tow vehicle's true capacity at altitude.
Engines are theoretically de-rated by approximately 4% for each 1000 ft. increase above sea level. That means little if you are towing in flatlands or perhaps occasionally to several thousand feet above sea level. But, if you ever intend to spend much time in the mountains, it becomes a factor.
As a "for-instance", our home is at 7300'. When we went to look for a new TV to pull the Casita
17', the vehicle I really preferred was rated at 3500 lb. (At sea level.) Although the dealer knew he was going to lose a customer, he was honest (unusual for this particular dealership ) in recommending we not buy that vehicle. He knew that owners around here typically tow at 6000' to 10000' to get to the primo camping areas.
We purchased a 5000 lb. rated TV from another manufacturer and have never looked back---except we have one friend in our local G.S. Chapter who bought the vehicle that I first wanted---tows a trailer that's maybe 200 lbs. heavier than ours, and he's always complaining about going slow and shifting down so much! So, particularly watch the tow capacity of your TV if you're coming up to the high places.
That being said, we look forward to camping next to a bunch of these new trailers some day soon. We, here, all admire the entrepreneurial efforts of guys like this, confident that they will evolve their product to fit the market.