Well as some of you know I bought a rolls axle bronze trailer. It was all aluminum c-channel and ss hardware and looked to be real nice when I picked it up. When I got it home I noticed the jack stand made the tongue, which was c-channel ran all the way up to the coupler, twist a bit. Well after putting the boat on it, which is about 200lbs or so right now and still easily lifted, it twisted much more and pulled the bunk away from the transom. Set down straight on a bucket it still had a twist. The builder came right over to look at it and said he would do anything I want to make it right which I appreciated, but my confidence was shot already, so when I unloaded the boat a few days later and brought it back I had him cut me a check. I still think there gold series trailers are great and would buy one if I had a bigger boat, but I would stay away from the bronze line. So now I'm back in the hunt, But no longer interested in aluminum. I'm going back to standard strong galvanized steel. I went back to outcast watersports because they seem to be the cheapest in the area from the phone calls I've made, and I've bought from them before. I'll most liekly be ordering a 16' magic tilt but need to decide on a few options. The one I looked at today was pretty basic, but it did have a torsion axle, oil bath hubs, plastic step fenders, side guides, and 13" tires along with the other standard items. It was priced right under $1000 which seems pretty reasonable to me. It was a 56" frame and my boat bottom is 53" so it would work, however they could order me one in a 62" frame for like $30 more. So I guess I'm looking for opinions on a few things. First I don't know much about oil bath hubs as I always used bearing buddies on spring axles. Are they better then sealed bearings (another option if I get smaller 12" tires)? I guess really the only other opinion needed is about the size. 56 or 62? I know it's only 6 inches, but I figure if I want to lower it to sit more inside the fenders the 62 would be easier, plus if I ever build a wide boat it would work too. That being said it is overkill for my boat now. With the axle rating the same which would you get? Last I guess is the price, I've called around and it seems that as aluminum prices have come down, steel has come up slightly.