When Gear Institute tester Grant Davis put the Sylvan Sport GO camper through its paces, he dubbed it the “camper answer for the Apple tech set: innovative, user friendly, beautifully designed, and painfully expensive.” So let’s call the GO Easy the iCamper mini. Dubbed a sport utility trailer, the GO Easy can be kitted out to carry bikes, canoes, kayaks, and a whole mess of other gear. Your custom configuration sits on a rigid steel frame, powder-coated for durability, and comes with a diamond-plate aluminum cargo deck that can hold up to 325 pounds. In addition to a bevy of sport racks, you can also get the Roost camping pod, which pops up into a triangular, two-person tent that sits on top of the trailer. The GO Easy also can be stored on its side—a smart, space-saving move. We suspect the attention to detail will be just as refined as its older brother. And, at a base price of $2,395, the price is just as steep as the GO.