I went with the Husky 5000 also.
At first I thought the remote was a gimmick, but as I use it to level from inside it's valuable.
I also turned mine sideways to clear the tailgate. (barely)
Here's a tip for the Husky.
At the top there's a rubber plug for the emergency crank.
Except the crank hits the propane cover.
So, go to Harbor Freight and buy a cheap 1/2 drive ratchet, a long extension and a deep 7/16" socket. (I say deep so in the unlikely event it falls into the head, you can still grip it.)
Also be aware that the clutch release (to use the crank) is on the street side lower. It matters if you turn the head sideways.