Full auto leveling is the way to go.
I love pulling into a site pressing a button and watch the other campers reaction to a 1 minute leveling process.
OK, sometimes it takes a little more work
We mainly camp in state parks and never see a level site.
The Bigfoot Auto levelers work great. Having the control on the cable is a big plus, it allows me to watch the pads while still having full control of them.
There are times when it is not enough though. If it starts getting to full extension I stop it and manually adjust it.
I made a four 3" high 24" x 24" pads to drive up on when it is too far out.
They also come in handy on soft ground.
As stated earlier, watch when the rear is low. That seems to put a lot of flex
in the chassis and never let it lift the rear tires completely off the ground.