I'd love to see your battery setup!
I just loaded my 4-wheeler and took it for a spin. I put around 20 miles of mixed driving to see how things handled. The thing actually handles quite well. The upgraded suspension under the Tacoma does fantastic. The OME rear springs and AAL work great with the Equal-z-er hitch. There is an extra 1 1/2" of sag at the coupler with the Polaris (700lbs.), on it. For now, I will leave things as they are. There is room to adust the WD if need be. The only issue I have is steep grades, I definitely know it's back there. I've upgraded the brakes on the Tacoma too, no issues slowing or stopping on a dime, I even got to weave around a deer!
The door in the rear isn't bad. It leaves a lot of room under the awning for tables and such. Inside is a little tight with the shower/toilet combo. (That is there for my wife, hopefully she will camp with me more often!
) All I plan on doing IN the camper is sleep. The goal was to keep it light and minimal. It serves me perfectly.
I am loving my new Baja!
All is well in my world!