I used to have that exact trailer. It came with a mesh deck but I bolted a sheet of thin plywood on it and it worked much better.
It was very light, so I didn't like hauling it empty as it bounced on the road like crazy. Never weaved on the freeway at all.
I also looked at the similar trailers at Lowe's
, but I chose the HD model because it was set up for a 2" ball, while the Lowe's model was 1-7/8".
I kept it for about 3 years... in that time I used it somewhat often, but I wouldn't say frequently. I did use it pretty hard hauling some pretty serious loads on some rough roads and it held up fairly well. My only real complaint was the fenders were not welded on well and cracked off the frame right away. I drilled through them and bolted them back on and they never bothered me again.
I eventually just needed something bigger and heavier so I sold it to a guy at work for $100.
If you are wanting it for just everyday projects like yard work, hauling crap to the dump, an ATV, etc., I think you'd be just fine.
P.S. If you get that one, look underneath and make sure the prep guys took out the wooden blocks between the deck and the leaf springs. Mine was a hard tail for a while and rode like shit 'til I figured it out.