Get the 10,000/1000 hitch & swing bars at least. It has been pointed out to me here that you will need to be able to handle at least 10%, or more, of the trailer weight on the hitch for it to travel well. We just loaded up our 27HFS this past weekend with our camping gear, golf cart, a full tank of fresh water, and the portable generator on the tounge. Everything except clothes, food, and coolers, and it came in at 9200lbs, with 780 on the tongue. I will need to shift a few things around to get a little more weight to the tongue, but will wait until I get the other things that I mentioned loaded for our first trip, so I can scale it again, and play with how it is loaded. Probably gonna start by turning the golf cart around, since the weight on it it in the rear.
I actually have a 12,000/1200 lb Reese hitch, and bought a friction sway control from etrailer to help make it tow better.
2013 XLR 27HFS Toy Hauler
2014 Silverado 2500HD Z71 Crew Cab
99 Club Car Golf Cart