We've had our 2011 Skylark for 2-1/2 years and have camped lots of places. We tow it with a 2012 Honda Pilot. We added a Reese sway control because there is a slight oscillation at 60-65 mph and you get a lot of push from big rigs when they pass you with out it. We've towed it over 3,000 miles (see map below) and have a 2800 mile trip planned.
We love our trailer as it has plenty of storage. Contrary to what 2008Jeep says, the battery on ours does charge when it is plugged in. There are two black wires that connect to the battery and one of them is from the charger. I disconnect the battery when we are not using the trailer as the red LED indicator lights and stereo will gradually deplete the battery if you leave it connected.
Under the seat by the bed, there is additional storage that can easily be accessed by putting a hinge in the plywood cover. We use it to store the dog food and hand vac. I added a light to the storage area using one of the four empty fused circuits in the 12 volt panel and upgraded the bulb in the out door light to a very bright LED replacement light panel available form Camping World.
We find that KIS Clear Omni 20-Pack Accessory Boxes
work well for storing clothes in the upper cabinets. They will stack 2 high.
The awning arms can be head knockers, so we purchased some hot air balloon wind spinners to hook on them when the awning is extended to prevent bashing of heads.