His 1st line says "inexpensive" - a bumper pull will probably be found cheaper than a 5ver.
Here in N. Fl. a friend is selling a 2008 30' bumper pull for 16k, I see a 2007 28' for 14k. Same price 5ver is an older 2004 37'
The overall length (exterior) would be about the same from a 35' 5ver and the 28'-30' bumper pull. The difference is the interior space.
With a 2500 pick up, the 28'-30' bumper pull wouldn't exceed your trucks capacities. The 35' 5ver COULD exceed some of your trucks numbers. Look at different models to see what the GVWR is and figure 15% plus for pin weight. Figure 12.5% for tongue weight on a bumper pull.
Just an FYI, Pin and tongue are higher with garage empty of toys. The axles of toy haulers are a little farther back to support the toy weight when loaded. Research (or at least look at) garage capacities for what you need it for - each model may be different. My TH has a 2,000# capacity in the garage area. I carry 1 motorcycle (800#) or a shuttle cart (1200#) - although I could carry both of my bikes (1600#). I have weighed the trailer and saw my tongue weight change for each toy or lack of. The cart weighs the most and makes for a lighter tongue vs 1 bike vs nothing in the garage for the heaviest tongue weight (I haven't weighed with both bikes yet).
Bob and sometimes - Nina - a Staffordshire Terrier/a SPOILED pit and her kitty Spaz
2006 Dodge SLT 2500 4x4 Cummins Quad Cab w/AT and 3.73
2007 Salem Sport LE 26FBSRV (TH) w/ my Victory Motorcycle in it or a EZ GO Shuttle cart.