So, they wife and I have gotten more into car camping and simultaneous light touring with our bikes - and are interested in some more self-supported touring. We are a bit minimalists and don't want to fork over the money it would take to purchase and equip two dedicated touring bikes. Currently, we both ride well-maintained, upgraded, mid-80s,steel Treks, with "sport" geometry; we also use the bikes as our commuters and tooling around town bikes. So, we decided on a trailer - as it'll work with our current bikes (provided some change to the gearing) and have some day-to-day practicality to us when we are not touring. I've been leaning towards either the Quik-Pak or Burley Nomad. The Nomad seems to be very well regarded and well-tested. However, the Quik-Pak has some good reviews - and I like how it looks to pack down very well for transport (if needed) and uses 20 inch vs 16 inch wheels. At the same time, the Burley Nomad seems to be the gold standard...so, why go with anything different? Does anyone have experience with both or either one of these? What are your thoughts and experiences?