The Propride or Hensley are the same basic design and have to be the Cadillac of hitches; everyone who has one highly recommends them. You will hear good things about Blue Ox.
Now, I have a Reese Dual-Cam with 1200# bars and it works very well when setup properly, but hitting the setup is tricky; it is fussy. But the $0.00 I have in it was motivation for me to figure out how to set it up it. Now that I've figured it out, I like it well enough.
All that said, there are several members (as you have read) that sound like Andersen spokespersons and I will take their word that it works well. It does sound like, from reading about it, that it in certain setups it can't transfer the amount of weight to the TV front axle that many other brands are able to do. Again, I don't have experience with it like Playharder and Norstar99 has had (examples of two trusted sources for this product).
When picking a WDH get one that can handle between 1000# and 1200# of tongue weight. You may already know (so excuse me if you do) but WDH distributes X number of pounds of tongue weight; and the amount depends on the tension you put the bars under or the chain on the Andersen); half to the trailer axle pair and half to the TV's front axle. What I do is take a measure before hooked up from a point on the truck to the ground; and try get the same measurement after hooked up and WDH set; this would be the same for the different brands.
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