I hope to purchase an Airstream TT to pull behind our X (90D w/ 20" wheels). I plan on leaving in mid September for a 6,000 mile cross country trip from Southern CA to Ohio (via I-70), down to GA and then back to CA (via I-40). I'm looking at the Sport 16, Sport 22 or possibly the Nest. I've been reading through all the forum posts about the experiences of @JimVandegriff and @ohmman but wanted to ask if anyone would share with me the exact equipment you currently use to pull your travel trailers? Ohmman, I believe you no longer use the Tesla supplied Bosal hitch adapter and have replaced it with a Draw-Tite system. Which Draw-Tite system did you purchase? I'm guessing that required significant alterations and cost to the X? I ask because our X is leased so I doubt Tesla would be happy if I physically altered it. Jim, are you still using the Bosal hitch adapter? Are you both still using the Equal-i-zer hitch? If so, which size did you get (6K)? What LED adapter do you use (Curt #57003)? Did you install anything for braking (brake controller)? Any other items you use I should be aware of? By the way, what do you think of the Nest? How do you think it would perform Wh/mi compared to your Sport 22? The Nest is 16 ft 7 in long, 9 ft 6 in high with a base weight of 3400 lbs (4000 lb GVWR) and a hitch weight of 375 lbs. It is not as rounded as the Sport 22 but is a bitter thinner and slightly taller. Thanks everyone for your time in answering my questions!