Mighty nice, ATC! I especially like your buddy that's riding "shotgun". Looks like he's ready to travel!
One thing I will suggest that you may like to do, pre-season, is to go ahead and fabricate, out of steel, three of those little hooks that hold your doors back when unloading and loading. They are often made of plastic and they will eventually break, especially in the cold winter and usually when the wind is blowing 'forty hells'. Ours broke at the most inopportune time and dropped a hunting buddy to his knees! We replaced all three with ones we fabbed/welded out of a steel rod. You have to put a slight bend in them to make them align to the slots and fab each end to a small "T" to fit in the holding and securing slots.
Of course, my trailer had plastic and yours may already be steel. Lots of the stuff on our trailer was on the cheapo side and would have been more prudent to purchase a higher quality trailer.