Hey guys, you all may have already seen this, but I did a detailed report on my Eq setup and what issues I had. It's in this link:
Bottom line is once you get it set up right, it works great. The only problem I've had are with the link plates shifting on the A-Frame. I think the best solution is to simply weld them onto the A-frame and call it good. For some, the factory's advice of "medium tight, don't bow the plates too much" works. For me it didn't. I couldn't get them tight enough to not move without bowing them, and once you bow them a significant amount, they really move. I wound up using doubler plates and torqued them down. That worked.
I towed the rig over 800 miles a couple weeks ago and it pulled like a dream. It really is a good hitch. You just have to set it up right. If you take your time and follow the directions, it's not too difficult. And Josh at the factory is very helpful. The only issue I see with this hitch are the link plates.
I use the dry moly lube to quiet it down a bit. Not as messy as grease and it doesn't attract dirt.