I have had my Dodge 4wd dually for over 10 years. I haul a Lance 1191. I have 110,000 miles on the odometer. We have over 500 nights in the camper. I take the camper off whenever we stay more than 2 nights. I tow a 3500 lb fishing boat. I have had it off in 60 mph winds gusts in Death Valley. I store the camper off the truck. We live at 6000 feet in the Sierra Nevada. We get snow and ice. I use Michelin all season mud and snow tires. I have not had a traction or a bracket problem. Yes it is true I cannot go through the drive up window at Sonic.
Paper maps and GPS units are tools. Like an axe and a shovel. Shovels work good at moving dirt and poorly at chopping wood. It is up to the operator/user to determine which tool is best for the job at hand. The soft spongy mass between your ears works well for this application.
I use Dlink cloud cameras at two locations. They offer a variety of cameras and are easy setup. They only require wifi and reboot after a power outage. You can program them to do several actions. I use my Samsung phone or PC to access them.