Ah, no, I'm an idiot. My Sport is an older, thinner model (87.25"), but your Scamp will be even narrower. So disregard my stupidity. To make it fully clear how dumb that was, I took the 6'8" measurement from their website, converted it to inches (80) and then converted that back to 8' in my head somehow. I think I need sleep...Thanks. The 16' Scamp is 6'8" (80") wide per their specs, current Airstream 22' models come back at 8' wide (96") in my search, while the model X mirror width is 89.4", or 79" sans mirrors. Is your Airstream a much thinner older model?
I am very much a novice at towing anything other than the occasional U-haul (can you tell?), and was wondering whether I would need larger mirrors for a trailer that's effectively the same width as the X. Scamp's backup camera option is $500, and that's one thing we were starting to look into--whether that's better/worse/similar in cost/usefulness to adding towing mirrors to the X when we're taking the trailer. Your thoughts are appreciated.
A rear camera is great to have. I installed one in my Airstream. The side mirrors provide some assistance with changing lanes on highways, but knowing whether there's someone on your tail is often impossible even with a narrower camper like your Scamp. You don't want to have to wait for a curve to figure out if there's a cop behind you with the lights on. I purchased a wireless aftermarket camera after having limited success with using a Tesla camera hooked up to the MCU display. Wireless works well, but $500 seems like a decent deal for a factory installed option.