I've recently been in your shoes. I only made my decision last week. And this site and the people here really are a terrific source for info.
I decided on an Artic Fox 22G. My reasons for an RV are very similar to yours. I wanted quality because I would be in it for work and for extended periods of time. I also wanted it for camping. I chose AF for their reputable quality, durability, and layout.
Like you, my tow vehicle is a 1/2 ton p/u. I have a Dodge Ram 1500. If I could encourage one thing it would be to be sure to get all the weight capacity information possible and run the numbers. There are a lot of folks out here who can help.
I'll run through a few of the acronyms; GVWR, GCWR, GAWR, GTW, TW. You will need to know all of the "actuals" for these weights as well. Don't let the salesperson sell you too much trailer for your capacities.
There are many factors with every model truck that changes trailering capacities within the line. For example, trim options, axle ratio, HD cooling systems, etc. Simply stating your model does not provide enough info for an absolute answer to your question.
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