At the start of our first week long trip this summer, we stopped and weighed our set up. Our 22FB weighed in at 3,840 lbs. full of water and loaded with gear. We carried our food, booze and golf clubs in the back seat, the Honda 2000i generator in the bed directly behind the cab and the pancake air compressor, tools and spare gas can the bed trunk of our 2014 Honda Ridgeline which weighed 5,740 lbs with a full tank of gas. The scale could not weigh less than 1000 lbs so I do not know what the tongue weight was. The total GCWR of this set up was within 500 lbs of the specified Ridgeline limits. The trailer tires were inflated to 65 psi cold and we set the cruise control at 65 mph. The truck tires were inflated to 35 psi and we averaged 12.5 mpg driving from San Antonio, TX to Lincoln, NE. On our second identical trip, I inflated the truck tires to 32 psi and the mpg dropped to 11.8. We have made this trip 3 times in the last 6 weeks and the entire towing experience has been worry free. We currently do not have a weight distribution or sway control hitch. I would love to take one for a test drive though to see if we can feel the difference.