I'm certain that you'll love your Bushtec trailer.
I've had my Quantum since April of 2004.
Drove the the factory in Jacksboro, TN to pick it up.
They installed the hitch, instructed me on how to hook it up and service it.
I was enroute to the GA Mountain Rally in Hiawassee,
so they recommended that I take Hwy 129.
It's shorter and more fun than the interstate.
At the time, I didn't connect Hwy 129 with the Dragon.
Dawned on me when the curves became tighter and more frequent.
The trailer handled almost transparently through the Dragon.
It's been back the Dragon, twice.
Air shocks work.
Heim joint rotates, as designed, so tires stay firmly planted.
Pictures on Killboy.com
Stopped by to see Mark Brown (MotoMark1) while he was conducting a Strategic Rider Course at Pope AFB, NC teaching motorcycle handling and curve skills.
The students were negotiating the in-line and 180-degree offset cone weaves and the curve course.
I had my Bushtec along for an errand after work.
I negotiated the course with the Bushtec attached.
Knocked down two cones, but otherwise unscathed.
Service it regularly, maintain the proper tire pressure, keep the tires aligned, maintain the proper weight balance and you won't notice it back there.
Just went over 10K miles pulling it behind my 2001 LT.