This is information to others and I want to hear for others who have this set up. I had the Ford dealer install a (made in the USA) B&W Turnoverball Gooseneck Hitch (it's the only hitch they would install). The RV dealer installed a (made in the USA) Anderson Ultimate 5th Wheel Connection hitch. The Ford people I have worked with for many years stated if this set up was not available, they would recommend the standard 5th wheel hitch. They stated they have seen many trucks over the years arrive at the dealership with a hide-a-ball that has towed a gooseneck trailer/5th wheel and the box and frame have damage. The gooseneck does not turn and rotate nor have the strength as the Anderson Ultimate hitch. This cause stress to the box and frame.
This is the web site with videos:
Ultimate 5th Wheel Connection
Recently, I traveled on the Nebraska intestate west with typical "high winds" from the south to north. All RV and semi traffic was at 55 mph to 65 mph with the speed limit at 75 mph. My 5th wheel pulled straight with no sway, excellent handling and I felt safe. For the past 10 years I have pulled a 25' and 33' TT in these conditions (WHITE KNUCKLE!) and I never felt safe.
The maneuvering with turning and parking is easy and more than enough room between the cab and front the 5th wheel. Overall I am very satisfied with the performance of both products. I would like to hear from others that have these products and their views (pro or con).
My comments are: I have it in writing my frame warranty for both TV and 5th wheel are intact. My DW (dishwasher) loves it! She helps hitch and on-hitch, she says it's much easier than the TT equalizer hitch. She likes the ride while traveling. Special note is that I carry my torque wrench with me and check the 3 bolts on the hitch "every time" before hitching up (very important) there is a warning sticker on the hitch stating this.