Welcome and congrats on the new rig!!!
Regarding the truck and tt combo, looking at the "brochure" dry weights you are at the very upper end of your truck and tt combo if not possibly over a little once you load the tt.
The listed dry weight of 4600lbs is generally without any options, even those that may be mandatory options. Your tt will probably weigh a little closer to 5000lbs per the yellow sticker that is on/in the tt. Being a bunkhouse I am guessing you have a kid or possibly two??? Your '12 F150 tow rating was still by the old standard which was a 150lb driver in the truck, with no one else/ nothing else in the truck or truck bed. Every additional pound over the 150lbs for the driver reduces the tow rating. Not saying your truck won't pull the tt, just know that it may not perform as expected. Pending the family weight, try to load everything you can in the trailer. And use caution not to exceed the trucks payload (all passengers, cargo (coolers, bikes, etc), any accessories added to the truck, the wdh, and the tt tw all count toward the trucks payload.
You may need to readjust the wdh once you have loaded the tt for a trip. The dealer is only setting up the wdh to an empty trailer. If needed, follow my signature link(s) for a ton of wdh info.
If you do not have very much experience towing a trailer, take turns wider than you would not towing. You don't want to clip the front of a car when making left turns, or the curb when making right turns. Find a big, empty parking lot and practice!!! Buy a couple small orange cones and practice getting the tt tires as close as possible without running them over. And when backing, get out and look before proceeding. And use a spotter (your wife) to make sure you won't hit anything that's on the ground or in the air (branches, house over hang, etc).
Good luck and enjoy the new rig!