I'm not sure if this is the "right" place to post this, but I figure you guys have more experience with trailers than anybody, so here goes. I want to buy a used trailer, somewhere in the 4x8 to 5x10 range to carry my walk-behind liquid sprayer, rotary spreader and bags of fertilizer for my very small lawn fertilizer route (4 properties, 1/2 days work). I would really be needing it until next season so a fixer-upper would be fine with me. My only requirements are a drop down ramp gate a solid, rust-free frame and probably some good tires (although I could deal with out for the right price). I would be more than happy to replace a deck and/or rewire the electrical. It could be a good winter project. In my search, I have come across craigslist listing for one that may work. It is only 4'x6' which may prove to be a bit too small. At any rate, it is a StrongBox or WorkSport trailer from Home Depot. It was bought in '08 when they were supposedly made by Pace American. They aren't listed on the HD website, so I don't know what they sold for new but the seller is asking only $200. Are these trailers any good at all? It almost seems that for $200 I would be ok if I only get a couple of seasons out of it. Any thoughts?