I've been looking at my trailer after having it for 2 years now. I have considered what it would require to bring the level of quality that it needs to be to stand up to daily use. I've also called several trailer manufactors and got quotes to build a trailer with my specs on it. What I'm thinking is maybe building one over the winter and have it ready by next spring. I believe I can build a better trailer than alot of these that I have seen on lots around here. The only trailers I really like that are factory built are Big Tex and Corn Pro trailers (I've been to the Corn Pro factory very impressed and they are Amish built). The reason I would like to build my own is to ensure better welds, less money and better fit and finish. If you have any input give it to me.