Glad you got to see some new ones like that! Scamps hold their value very well. They may depreciate a little faster in their first 2-3 years, then after that they decline in value verrrrry slowly. If you see a used one you think you might like, jump fast to look and perhaps purchase... or it will probably be gone the next day! And it can take a lot of looking and patient waiting for the right one to come up for sale
within a reasonable distance. If you decide to spring for a new Scamp
, late fall/winter is a great time to shop because they might have a few on hand (trying to keep the workers busy) that they would be willing to discount a bit during the slow season.
Those folding A frame trailers look so cool, and I like them also. But there's something to be said for not having to set up the walls (especially in wind or rain!) before using the trailer, and for having eye level storage cabinets (none of those in the A's). I talked to a couple in Yosemite with their Chalet this July, and they had to carry much of their stuff in boxes, milk crates, or other containers in the tow vehicle... and then haul them into the trailer at setup time and put them on the front seat or the floor. Not for me!!
Fortunately, FG eggs look cool also. And so much more practical. More tight from wind and the elements, less frame flex, more convenience.
Check around your area for places that sell and service cargo trailers, or a rental like U-Haul
(one of their big main places, not necessarily the guy on the corner), for a good price on hitch installation.