A basic, Bravo Star. It's nothing unusual; just a properly chosen trailer. I'm fortunate, as I've been around the trailer industry a bit and have a friend who is a dealer. He's really up on what's available and only sells, what he feels, is the best of each segment. This is my second 7'X12', having sold the first one when my life priorities changed. Just an overall. The interior. I've added my backpack sprayer, right under the cabinet. All my hand tools go down the right side, just behind the picture cutoff. I've, also, added threaded rod and bungies under the Gladiator tracks, to keep downward pressure on the "S" hooks. This system works great, as it can be reconfigured. I use Fastrap systems. At a client's property. I'm having my truck windows done this week, to match the trailer. I didn't have the wider, aluminum wheels, 10-ply tires, and WD hitch, at this point. Disclaimer: I'm not endorsing Bravo Trailers, as it's no Featherlite. When it comes to common brands of trailers, Bravo is above the Haulmarks, Looks, Carry-Ons, etc. But, there are some QC issues I'm not happy with. And, it definitely doesn't pull like a Featherlite. However, it's not priced like a Featherlite, either. I'm sorry for the T/J.