It's a 29-BHS. 30'-6" Exterior length and about 5400-lb dry weight. Here's more specs: Jayco 2009
It was windy as hell but it towed just fine. In all honesty, driving a Peterbilt with a 53' trailer is easier though, probably mostly due to the too small of mirrors I used.
I had the heavy wind mostly to my back for most of the trip so my MPG's were almost the same as without it. It's been very windy again today so I skipped taking more pics for now and replaced the door lock because they lost the keys and replaced a busted marker light.
Will take some interior pics to post later this week, it's raining like cats and dogs right now.
For guessing at the WD-Hitch setup, it looks like I did ok. I set it at 5" drop and am changing it to 6" instead. For anyone else who gets a Jayco, it looks like you should be good with setting the WD-Hitch at a 2" Drop if your Titan is stock height.
It'll be a weekend warrior / vacation traveler, just tired of renting hotel rooms since my kids are teens now.
I'd LOVE to know of a hookup on Big Tow mirrors Power/Heat/Memory. I'm sending these little rinky-dink strap-ons back, I cannot see squat out of them.