I would add that if you are staying hitched for an extended period, that if possible you don't have too much weight or lift once you level the trailer. Ideally, you'd want the tow vehicle suspension to be back to a neutral spot when the trailer was level. If you leave any spring compressed (or stretched) for long enough, you are going to loose tension.
In the same way, you don't want the back end of your truck lifted off the ground of you need to jack up to get level... that's a lot of load on the jack and coupler...
Lots of good hitches... budget is one factor, your setup will determine what will 'work well' vs. what is 'best'.
I have a backup camera on my truck so that makes it easier for one-person hooking up... but, once you do it a few times you'll get the hang of it. There are various hitching-aids out there... magnetic flags... tongue guides... It's still nice to have a spotter anytime you are going backwards.