Hello all - I have a giant 2017 F250 Platinum that I bought to tow a 30' Airstream. The truck has a lot going for it, but it's definitely a bit harsh on the road, especially as a daily driver (my third car - a convertible - can't fit a car seat). I'm also running out of seats in the cab. I've been looking at getting a 200 series for a long time - primarily looking at a 2013+ LC, but the more I learn about the AHC system on the LX570, the more I think the LX could be a better towing machine. I have a 3rd kid on the way and two lap dogs. I will probably be out of cab space in the truck come Fall, but we could probably manage uncomfortably. Regardless of whether I get rid of the truck, my convertible is just impractical for life, and will be sold or replaced. I mention this just so that I can solicit appropriate advice - I have some flexibility - I can replace both the truck and the convertible, or just the convertible and park the truck for weekend warrior activities and towing. So, down to the question - Land Cruiser or LX570? I'm looking at 2013+ models. It seems that I can get a better deal (based only on mileage and year) by getting an LX, but that cost difference alone isn't swaying my opinion much. The issue that I am focused on right now is what I would need to do about suspension upgrades to get ~500 lbs of increased payload. I have a ProPride 3P hitch and a tongue weight over 1000 lbs. With either the LX or the LC, I will be getting appropriate wheels and tires for towing. LX: Spring spacers (5-10mm) on the front and rear - is that it for suspension enhancements? LC: It looks like I would need to put on an OME suspension system (not sure which parts... but seems like $2-3000 of stuff) Am I generally on the right page? All things considered, it's looking like the LX may be better suited for my purposes and cost a little less in the long run to get it tow-ready. Thanks!