I was talking to Milproakron about my pending purchase of a Military Surplus CUCV(Shelter Carrier variant) to replace my 1989 Doge Power Ram which to my dismay has reached the end of it service life(it is no longer cost effective to try and bring it up tothe level of my current needs; it has given me outstanding service but it is time to retire it) and the discussion diverted to my future acquisition of a military surplus cargo trailer(appropiate to my new tow vehicle) for utility/general purpose duties. I was touting that the use of a cargo trailer would allow me to retain the versatility and utility of the truck bed for everday use and the trailer(given it's small overall dimensions would allow me to store the trailer in a secure location(my workshop) without giving up much of the valuable floorspace. It is here the "BOT" or Bug Out trailer could be stowed until SHTF need. It will also serve double duty as an Off Road Camping Service & Support Platform for non SHTF excursions. I forsee the need for a cargo trailer that would allow the least restrictive movement possibilities possible; hence my favorable stance toward military style trailers(also because I am a veteran and like to stick to what I know. LOL). Imagine if you will a dedicated Bug Out Vehicle(BOV) or Every Day Use(EDU) vehicle with a BOT to supplement or expand already established capabilities. During a SHTF event you just "Hook n Go" this would allow minimum downtime for loading your tow vehicle. An added bonus to a BOT is it could act as a Supply Cache or hide once sepreated from tow vehicle(should need arise). Does anyone believe that the idea or concept has merit? Please feel free to add all suggestions, reccomendations, insights, etc... I apologize to all if this has already been discussed prior to this post. I did undertake a unproductive search of the forums for a similiar posting. Please feel free to move this post just let me know where it is being relocated as I am curious of the information contained in any replys that may be enlisted by this post. Thankyou all for your time and participation.