I can share about using a Blue-Ox on our rig for the first 6 months we owned it - an F150 2wd crew towing our Pete, a 2014 Flying Cloud 27fb. The hitch did what it was supposed to do - avoided sway, weight-distribution, etc. My only complaint was a bit of "tail wag" when the bow wave of a big rig pushed past us on the interstate. I never felt out of control, but every passing required mild steering input to keep us straight.
We used a Blue Ox BX1000 (1000 lb bars). If I realized when I bought the hitch that the fb could easily have a 1000-1200 lb hitch weight, I might have gone with 1200 lb bars. Blue Ox wants a "bend" or "bow" or "arch" in the bars when set to ensure proper weight distribution and sway control, as they are tapered and designed that way. When I setup the Blue Ox on our coach, I was able to return the truck front fender height to within 1/2" of unloaded height and the rear to within an inch of unloaded height, dropping 7 links and hanging link 8 on the rotating bracket connection.
The Blue Ox is clean, quiet, and does everything pretty well for a comfortable purchase price. Take your time, review your measurements and settings, read and re-read the Blue Ox book and dial it in carefully, and I bet for the price of entry you would be pleased with that hitch.
The combo towed well, although when I found a super deal on a used PPP hitch I upgraded (and couldn't be happier). I did move the Blue Ox to my equipment trailer though, and it never towed so well!