Been using the Blue OX Sway Pro for 2 years on 2 different trailers and give it a 10 out of 10! When we bought our new longer/heavier trailer all we had to do was go to "heavier bars" and the dealer gave me wholesale price on my traded in lighter bars. You WILL NOT be unhappy if you go with this hitch. Here's a couple of tips:
1) Don't buy bars that are much heavier duty than your tongue weight as it will give you a rougher ride. Get bars that are perhaps 200 lbs or so heavier duty than your tongue weight. For example----if your tongue weight is 800-900 lbs, go with the 1000 lb bars, not the 1500lb ones.
2) Use your tongue jack to raise the truck/trailer (after hitched/locked together) approximately 4"-6" (maybe a little more depending on how your set up) to allow you to tighten/untighten the chains. Much less tension when you do this.
3) Get yourself a heavy duty 18"-24" breaker bar with the correct size socket to use in lieu of the crappy short, flat tool provided by Blue Ox to tighten the chains.
4) When adjusted properly, your tow vehicle should sit level and your trailer should be level to slightly lower in the front. Bars when tightened properly should be pretty much parallel with your trailer frame. They will be bowed, but parallel to frame.
Days camping (2015)----88 days
Days camping (2016) ---110 days
2016 Wildcat MAXX 28RKX (33' TT), 2007 13' Scamp
2015 Ram Laramie Hemi
30 years RV'ing
12 different RV's