In our early 40's.
Started tenting 7 years ago. Fun!
Bought a 2007 Jayco 806 PUP and used it for 4 years. Got us off the ground and was definitely worth it with the 1st kiddo. Although it wasnt a problem, the setup did kinda suck after a while. I setup and torn down myself, and I just started dreading the fact of popping up and then down just to leave the house. But the PUP did serve the purpose.
Last year, bought a 2012 Jayco x20e Hybrid. Wow. Will never go back. Wife LOVES the bathroom as we all do but she's the wife. And from doing all setups solo, I can definitely say the hybrid is much easier to stock and to setup!!!
The Durango, with the 3.55 gears, tows 7200lb according to manual docs. I mentioned its a 5.7 v8 "hemi" because that's what it is and it makes a difference when looking up tow ratings. For example, the 4.7 v8 is rated at like 6000lb or so. Me, wife, 2 lil daughters. Again, fully packed, which it never is bc we never fill the fresh water tank, is 4750lb. I think there's enough buffer there to qualify
Have a 2012 Jayco x20e with a max weight of 4750lb. Upgrading my 2004 Pilot (oof) to a 2005 Durango 5.7L V8 Hemi with tow package. I'm assuming this would be a great upgrade. Comments? Help? It seems the only thing I would have to transfer to the durango is the brake controller. Tow package includes hitch, harness, wiring, and multiple coolers.