I think that if you play it safe you shouldn't have a problem. Make sure the trailer has brakes on it (it should, I think the law requires itif it's over 2500lbs.). If it does have brakes, please make sure that they are hooked up and operate correctly. Don't skimp on a controller if they are electric (probably are).
I am looking at a buying a Fronty this spring. Probably April or May. I need to have one before summer to tow my boat. I am hoping too, like you Woolfski, that the Fronty will do fine at towing.
My boat weighs 4000 lbs, and thats before gas and gear. Most people have no clue what their stuff weighs (I took mine to a scale). I just sold my 98 Dodge 1500 quad cab with a 5.9L in it. Let me tell you, in the hills, that truck worked HARD to pull that boat. I was amazed. Oh, dont pull in overdrive either. Not sure what the book says for the Fronty, but I'm guessing that 5th in the Auto would be recommended for pulling.
I have seen some people complain about gas mileage too when pulling a trailer. FORGETABOUTIT!!. I got 13 with my dodge, EMPTY. Towing the boat, probably 8 or 9. Didn't even bother to check. $100 to fill up the boat and the truck.. ouch.
I personally think you will be fine. Just be careful and plan ahead when you are driving.