Hi all, I'm looking to buy a toy hauler for my '19 Screw. I've never owned a big travel trailer like that before...only had a small utility trailer in the past and currently have a teardrop trailer. So, a lot of what I'm going to ask may be considered newbie questions (and/or stupid questions...haha), but I'm trying to make sure I have as much info as possible. I like to research before buying something! Anyway, I'm looking at something like a Forest River Grey Wolf 22RR, or maybe a 25RRT or 26RR. I've got a few questions related to things I've been reading online and in the user manual: I see that it's definitely recommended/necessary to get a weight distributing hitch, but I don't know anything about them. I believe I want 10-15% of total weight for the tongue weight, so depending on the model and loading, I'll have a tongue weight around 600-800lbs. I'm assuming I can get a WDH that's built for that range, right? Other than being able to get them in different sizes, they have a pretty universal fit, correct? Any recommendations on a good (but also cost effective) option for the WDH? I was looking at Andersen WDHs, and I see they come with different drop/rise amounts. How do I figure out what one I need before I drive hundreds of miles to go pick up a trailer (there aren't any local to me)? I need the WDH before I can tow it, but won't know the height of the trailer when level until I get to the trailer, right? I can't seem to find that spec anywhere online... When looking at certain WDH info, I saw something about surge brakes...what are surge brakes? It seems to be something built into the trailer (or maybe something you can add on later), but is that something that's compatible with the Raptor? Again, I don't know what I'm talking about here... I've seen some info online about bump stops, and/or bump stop kits. Is that something I'd need to look into? Again, any good (and cost effective) options there? Are the stock springs going to be sufficient? Is there a way to do an air bag setup with the Raptor? Or is that not even possible, or a bad idea, etc? I don't know anything about air bag suspensions, other than knowing that I have a couple friends with trucks (not Raptors) that have air bags for hauling/towing. Anything else I am missing out on that I'll need to do in order to tow a toy hauler? Thanks!