Picked up my new travel trailer a few weeks ago and towed to my deer lease (2 hour drive). The trailer is a Grand Design Transcend 265BH. The dry (empty) weight of the trailer is 6,450 pounds empty and it is 32'9" long. I installed Timbren bump stops on the truck a few months ago to eliminate any potential sag when towing. When I purchased the trailer, everyone at the dealership recommended the Blue Ox SwayPro hitch, so that is the one i purchased. After the dealership set up the hitch to the truck and everything was leveled out I was blown away. With the Blue Ox weight distribution hitch, the rear axle was not even on the bump stops. Now granted, there was only about 2mm gap, but not touching. I pulled out of the dealership not knowing what to expect. I was worried about the weight of the trailer and also worried about the length of the trailer (almost 33 feet). The Gen3 handled it like a fn CHAMP!! There was almost ZERO sway and what there was, the Gen3 absorbed completely. As far as power, the Gen3 had plenty and power to spare. Now granted, it is pretty flat out here in North Texas, Southern Oklahoma, but no problems getting up to highway speed and maintaining. I read a bunch of posts from F250 owners saying that Raptors can't handle towing large trailers. Reading those posts freaked me out and made me second guess buying a Raptor. Well I can honestly say now, FROM EXPERIENCE, that you don't need an F250 to pull this trailer and if you want to pull something similar, your Gen3 Raptor will do just fine.