I have the front and rear electric stabs and found I had a lot of "bounce" inside. Placed a pair of scissor jacks in front of the axles and the bounce is almost eliminated. If I will be in a site for more than 4 days I'll use a ratchet strap across the back stabs. Makes the TT solid.
But the OP's question would be is it worth the money for the electric stabs?
At first, I thought wow, fancy smancy! But the scissor jack goes up and down in :04 as opposed to the electric stabs at 30-40 seconds and the noise they make in a quiet campground. If I had to do over, I'd go with the scissor jacks.
When I was a kid, my daddy said I didn't need a 10 speed bike, just something else to break.
2012 Flagstaff V Lite 30 WRLTS
2005 Dodge Ram 2500 5.7 Mag Hemi 3.72 Rearaxle
Nights camped 2015 = 23
Nights camped 2016 = 12!
Bamaganza '16 site A25 Maybe