I had near the same setup as you - see my sig line - and I didnt like the Andersen and sold it. A quarter turn of the bushings made a huge difference in ride and I could never get more than 50% of the weight lost back on the front axle. I set mine up on a CAT scale over several passes. In order to get that 50% weight back up I had to compress the bushings to their max, around 3/4", and they were bulging badly. I spoke with Andersen a few times about it and they eventually told me that the setup just wont work for me. Even offered me a partial refund on my purchase but I sold it for more than that.
I will say the ride was nice when dialed in. No grease was great. It was quiet and lightweight. Hookup and unhooking was no faster than a regular setup. Wish it would have worked out but it just didnt for me.
I would be curious what you scale at since we have near twin setups.
'15 XLR 27HFS
'15 Nissan NVP 3500 SL
Campers - Me, DW, 3 - DS (7, 5, 3), 2 large dogs