Update: i just got back from a 500 mile round trip towing the rig. Smooth as silk but did have to adjust the bags on the truck. I usually run just 20psi to put the rear back at the stock ride height as we have about 2250 pin weight. I would notice over some of the rough secondary roads or bad construction areas that the low inflated bags would fight with the Goosebox suspension so I tried a few different pressures and found that 30psi in the truck bags was firm enough to let the Goosebox suspension do its thing. Any other members have to do this and if so, what was your setting?
Not once did I hear a clunk, clank, rattle, ect. Just smooth as silk, no chucking or porposing. I did have to get on the brakes once hard due to a little highway accordion bs due to some rubber neckers but it stopped straight and smooth with zero drama.
Very solid unit and worth the money.
Also, this was the first trip with the truck deleted and I had a solid 2.1 more mpg with all other factors being the same. Not too shabby!