all in good fun here,
i towed my bikes with a flatbed for many years.
Absolutely loved it.
Like you say, my rig back then had the profile of a slim-jim and could get anywhere. I could even pull that loaded flatbed thru a full creek at the mouth of Pismo. It was full of bikes-firewood-tents-beer-tools-stuff.
But then, a funny thing happened on the way to the forum, ... one day my lady said to me,
" ... mike, have you ever wondered why i don't go camping you you all the times you go? ..."
The next saturday I pulled a brand new WW ToyHauler onto our driveway and showed mama her new roughin-it-rig. Complete with 'ladies-room', kitchen, TV, microwave, ... and YES!! this 8 sq.ft. box that keeps my beer cold !!!!
She was so happy she then asked me to get her a quad.
(I bought myself a couple tools to make up for the small 'loss of freedom' that i would now have to put up with, .. you know ... I no longer could haul my loaded flatbed up "Widow Maker" ..)
but I have not had as much fun camping ever!
These rigs of ours make it a whole new ballgame!!!
chevydude, i will make you a wager here,
a wager that i will stand behind.
I'll bet a couple bucks
that if you tow your WW out there a few times, and REALLY LIVE IT UP IN IT!!, that within a few months a couple of your other buddies will buy one.
Keep on truckin'
and re-read what Don, ehhh... 'the Griz', said a few posts up. If you give it a little time, we swear you will trade up for a larger rig within a couple years.
We look forward to running into you,
the meathead gang