Think about cost, time to hitch/unhitch, storage of parts, weight of hitch, complexity of hitch and how well your current vehicle tows your trailer with whatever you use now.
Some variables: actual weight of TV, tongue weight of trailer, air pressure in TV and trailer tires and all the variables in the tires themselves (sidewall stiffness, age, tread, construction (to name a few)
Also remember there are two things you want to accomplish: weight distribution and correcting/controlling trailer sway.
Everyone towing has their own experience. Few have a wide range of experience and very few have a rig (TV & trailer) that is the same as yours. Be critical of
every recommendation and always decide for yourself.
There are MANY hitches to choose from. A case can be made for each one. The best hitches (Hensley & ProPride) are expensive, heavy and can take some time to get used to. I've towed with a Hensley and can confirm it is a superb hitch. I currently tow with a semi-generic WD hitch from Reese and it works surprisingly well. YMMV
Bottom line: If what you have works, you can spend more money and you may experience a change (good or bad). If what you have now is not working for you, read the manual, understand what it says and confirm your hitch is set up correctly. Work with a real-live hitch shop (not the average RV dealer) if you need help. After that, you pay your money and you take your chances.
SF Bay Area
'99 Ford E350 V10
'16 Rockwood 8329SS