We were very close to buying an R-Vision Trail-Lite Bantam Flier
(gotta love those RV names...) before going with the Boler
B1700. We actually borrowed a co-worker's van (identical to mine but with the right hitch) to test-tow one. Its kitchen layout was different from the one on the website, either because it was the version without the "hybrid" fold-out tented beds, or because it was a model from about 2004.
This was the lightest reasonable trailer we could find. As conventional travel trailers go, it is unusually low (which I wanted), but otherwise conventionally constructed. Compared to the B1700, it seems wider (which I didn't like; the spec is the same, but the Trail-Lite is full width for the full height), and has a bigger bathroom, but had only one bed (I would prefer to have two available) and was a bit heavier, leaving not enough margin in vehicle capacity. It also had more hitch weight
than I wanted.
It towed fine in our short test, but it was months after that before we bought the Boler
, so I can't really directly compare the towing experience. All I know about the construction is what I learned by looking in the unfinished spaces such as the storage compartments, but I get the feeling that it won't be in good shape when it is 27 years old (which our Boler