I finally upgraded to a trailer that can carry my tractor and implements to my property in one trip.
I had been using a bumper pull trailer that was 16' with a 2' dovetail, and stand up ramps. It was a 10K gvwr trailer and carried the tractor well, but it forced me to choose what attachment/implement to take each time I went to my property. My property is about 100 miles away, and it is not safe to leave anything there, so I wanted to find a larger trailer to be able to take everything I needed in one trip.
I decided on a 22' trailer with 16' tilt an 6' fixed. New trailer is 14K gvwr and has a better jack too. Now I don't have to choose what to leave behind or struggle with the stand up ramps. It is gravity tilt with a hydraulic cylinder to damp the movement. Just got it home and loaded up. Haven't towed it loaded yet, but will follow up with how that goes at a later date. May have to shuffle some things around to balance the axle and tongue weight.