I just wanted to update the group on my experience. I have gotten "over" the noise. The last trip I took however (last weekend) I felt the trailer was all over the place. Perhaps we had maybe 20MPH cross but still I did a 1000 mile trip for my first one and it didn't seem this bad. Got home after two hours of white knuckle driving wondering what had changes with my weights etc....
Go out to find that every single one of the bolts on the hitch was not torqued to spec, in fact, the sway socket bolts were loose by hand. I effectively had no sway (which I should have realized the bars shouldn't be that easy to swing in and out). There is no way the dealer used the proper specs to torque this thing, two of the bolts are supposed to be around the 370 range.
I just update this as a reminder no matter new, old, mechanic, non mechanic, check the bolts every single time. This might have cost me my family had the right circumstances presented themselves.
I have the entire setup re-torqued (properly) and about to take that same drive as last weekend again and we'll see how well she does.
2016 Rockwood Sig. Ultra Lite 8312SS Platinum
2016 GMC Sierra 3500
Equal-i-zer 10K WDH
Tadi Brothers 9" Wireless 120 degree Rear Cam
2015 Nights Camped: 4
2016 Nights Camped: 8