I looked into the Husky CL (may have been the TS, whatever the top model is) when we got our 32 BHDS and decided against it. All the reviews I read stated it worked very well!!! But the deciding factor for me was the need to be in almost a straight line to hook up or unhook the bars. Only other complaint I read was that the hitch was "heavy". But what wdh system isn't on the heavy side??? Lol That's why I suggested the Reese DC, Reese SC, or the Equal-I-Zer 4 way system in your other thread.
As for the 287, is it the Jay Flight SLX 287 BHSW? If so, weights are as follows per Jayco's website.
On average, it seems about 1000lbs is added to the trailer over the factory "dry weight" by most campers (dishes, camp chairs, bedding, food, clothes, etc). Now granted, it seems most manufactures do not inlcude the weight of some/most options (even those "mandatory options") in the "brochure" dry weight. And the propane tanks/ battery weight is not included in the "brochure" weight either. That will add ~120lbs (2-20lb tanks and battery). the options can easily add 2-300lbs alone (if not more). As a guesstimate, your loaded, ready to camp trailer could weigh ~7200lbs, You will want 12-15% tw to prevent sway. TW that is to light (not heavy enough) can and will cause sway. So your tw could range from 864-1080lbs based on 12-15% of the 7200lb loaded trailer. The wdh could weigh up to 100lbs. So you could potentially have almost 1200lbs (1080+100) of your payload capacity eaten by the tw and wdh before the family or any additional cargo is in the truck. Estimating the loaded trailer weight and tw is very tough as everyone loads their trailer different. Will the family weight and cargo keep you under the 1751lb payload of the F150 with the possible tw?
As I mentioned in your other thread, many of us have been there where we were at or over the tv gvwr. We had a '10-Chevy 1500 CCSB 4x4 5.3/6spd/3.42 with about 1550lbs payload. Depending on what was loaded in the bed we were over the gvwr by up to 200lbs. That was towing ~7200lbs with a ~920lb tw. We did have a cab high topper as well, which ate ~200lbs of the payload.
You posted you JUST ordered this truck? So it isn't a dealer trade, but factory order? Can you add the HD Payload option to the truck? That will give even more payload so if you want to take firewood with you can (within reason of course! Lol). You will still want the Max Tow package as well. Unless Ford has changed the options, these two packages will give you almost as much payload as some 250's (~2200lbs as I understand).
If you don't mind me asking, what did you mean in regards to the "budget concerns"? Is it the price of the truck, or the "after the purchase cost" (mpg)? I ask because some have posted that when they priced out a 150 w/ ecoboost/ max tow/ possibly hd payload that the price was VERY close to what a gas motor 250 was (optioned the same as far as I understood it). Can't hurt to check into it.
I know long winded, but just trying to help. Bottom line, if you watch what you pack (truck and trailer), you may be ok with the 150/287 combo weight wise. Remember (may have mentioned it in your other thread) that young(er) kids only get bigger and heavier, which is less available payload. I would bet you will never feel you need more power towing with the EB, it just all comes down to the available payload as others have mentioned here and as I did in your other thread.
One other thing to keep in mind, when you pick up your new trailer, the dealer will set up the wdh to an empty trailer. Chances are once you load it up you will need to re-adjust the hitch set up. Here is a link to wdh set up
and how a wdh works
Hopefully this helps some. Good luck!!!