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I have a strong dislike for unitaskers.

Years of experience in kitchens, both professional and home, have made me appreciate tools that can perform multiple functions.

Alton Brown's criticism of unitaskers on his Food Network shows is valid. They take up space that could be used for versatile tools.

Having grown up in small apartments, I value clever, multifunctional design.

The new Go All-Terrain Overlanding/Camping Trailer from Sylvansport is appealing to me. It can haul bikes, ATVs, and other items with its versatile rack.

The trailer also features a waterproof camping pod that can accommodate four people. It includes a fold-down table that can be used for various purposes.

While the trailer is useful and rugged, it comes at a price of $18,495 for preorders.

Sylvansport, established in 2004, offers a range of camping solutions starting at $2,695. Their Vast Travel Trailer is priced at $69,995.

Considering the cost and features, the GOAT trailer is a more affordable option compared to the Vast.

There are other camping alternatives available for less than $18,495, such as motorcycle trailers and pop-up truck tents.

Would you invest nearly $20K in this innovative overlanding trailer/camper combo? Share your thoughts in the comments.