I picked up this 4x8 trailer off a Craig's List add yesterday for $115. The tires, including spare, all hold air and the turn nice and smoothly. It's not rusted, and the plywood deck is still solid. The owner had built some sides out of 5/4X6 PT decking that I will reconfigure into better sides. His are very big and clunky, but there is more than enough lumber to make something nice. I probably got more than $100 worth of lumber with it. I bought it for this White Oak project. http://www.hearth.com/talk/threads/white-oak.95430/ The tree is at a woman's home and she said I can store the wood there until next winter. I figure I can use this trailer to haul rounds from the cutting area to the stacking area. I don't think my little Cub Cadet trailer would survive hauling full rounds of this stuff and it would be too high to lift them too. I figure that it is big enough to load a few rounds on, but not so big that I'll have enough weight to get in trouble pulling it with a garden tractor.