I can't speak for the non-molded fiberglass
options on your short list, but a Hunter Compact Jr. is a good match for your CR-V. It's not only one of the lightest 13'ers (see the thread Trailer Weights in the Real World
), but the lower towing profile means less wind drag at highway speeds (a good thing with a smaller tow vehicle).
With a trailer that old, you want to beware of hidden problems that can lurk under fresh paint
, bright upholstery, and new flooring. Just general advice- I'm not implying anything about the particular Compact Jr. currently listed on this site (which I'm assuming is the one you're diggin'...
). The Buyer's Checklist
will help you make a thorough inspection of a used unit. When buying an older trailer, allow room for repairs in your budget. Even if the trailer has good bones (solid frame, floor, and shell), there will be little things, and they can add up.
An external automatic transmission fluid cooler for your CR-V would be a good idea no matter what kind of trailer you plan to tow. It's inexpensive protection for an expensive component.
Best wishes finding the right trailer for you!