I've used the Equalizer (4-point) on two TT's, and it has performed excellent on both. However, that's not saying other brands aren't as good, or better. As for the noise, I agree with the response of it 'being overblown'. Do I ever hear it? Yes, but only occasionally, and only when backing the trailer into a spot that's higher or lower than the road bed, or navigating a sharp corner on a campground road. Even then, it may 'pop' once or twice, but nothing more.
Beyond that, it's excellent in cross winds, or when passing semi's from either direction. Bringing our new trailer home last month, we had sustained 20 mph wind from the west, with gusts well over 30 mph. Of course my route was south! No sway, and solid as a rock. I realize, of course, the tow vehicle and initial set-up plays a large role in this.
It's amazing how many trucks you see towing TT's, using an WD hitch, and the nose of the truck is in the air, and the rear is low, as well as the trailer tongue. Some folks have the good equipment, but fail with the set-up.
You'll likely be pleased with whatever you go with, and wishing you great camping!
2016 Coachman Leprechaun, 319DS, Motorhome, Dodge Durango Toad