I love my Eclipse!!
Although I must say, I started out with the basic 2H slant load and it was TOO small for my 14.1h large pony!! Her butt was SMASHED against the wall and she couldn't hold her head straight unless it was out the window! I was not happy. BUT the customer service couldn't have been better with the Somerset, OH location! I told them my concerns on this brand new trailer that I had custom ordered, and they not only let me trade it in for an upgrade - a 2H straight load with dressing room (I just paid the difference in price, which was $2k), but they had one of their sales people actually haul it up 2 1/2 hrs to my barn and switch it out for me!
I was VERY pleased with the customer service I received through them, that's for sure. Having said that, they ARE inexpensive for aluminum (mine was $8,995 brand new!) BUT I've had mine for a year now and absolutely couldn't be happier with it. They're a little heavier than most aluminums, but in speaking with one of the owners in Somerset, (who started out working with Schooner and another big name company before he started Eclipse), they use airplane grade aluminum, which is apparently sturdier. It makes for a heavier trailer, but a SAFER one which I personally care more about.
I haul mine with my F150 5.4L and it hauls like a dream, very nicely! I would definitely recommend these trailers to anyone, and they are becoming more and more popular, in my area at least!
Here are some photos I took of the day the new trailer was delivered to me and traded out for the smaller slant load...that's my 14.1h large pony in it.
You can't tell from the photo but she's got about a foot of space between her butt and the butt bar.
Window in between the dressing room and the stalls
Thought this was a neat touch!