I've had an Aire Super Puma w/ NRS frame since 2000. Its on a trailer now and has been towed/used all over Montana. I recently purchased a travel trailer for the family. To have a little family fun (and slum a little fishing on the side) I've been trying to come up with a way to transport the raft while towing the travel trailer. I realize there are better cartopper boats, but I've already spent too much $$$, and the raft is a perfectly good and safe boat for lakes and lazy rivers. My truck is a Chevy Avalanche which has a short 5'6" cargo top, so the options I see are: 1. Partially deflate and fold the raft end to end (with the frame attached) and strap it to the cargo cover 2. Fully deflate the raft and carry it inside the truck bed, strap the frame to the cargo cover. If setup is a pain in the ass, it won't get used, so I'd rather not fully deflate. Once we are at our camping destination, I can use a truck bed extender to haul the raft short distances, but not on highways. Any ideas, good or bad experiences trying to pull this off? Not interested in a triple rig, although it is legal in MT. Thanks!