I have used both Blue Ox and Roadmaster products and have been pleased with both. Currently, I am using Blue Ox for towing my Silverado but have a Roadmaster braking system that ties into my air brake system on my coach.
We towed Wranglers for years. Had 2006, 2007, and 2011 year models. The manual transfer cases make towing a breeze. However, since the Wranglers were also daily drivers for me, I got tired of driving them. Last October, I traded my 2011 Wrangler for a 2011 Chevy Silverado Extended Cab 4x4 and I have to say I enjoy driving it much more than the Jeep and since it has electronic transfer case shifting, it is actually easier to tow than the Wrangler.
Towed three different Jeep Wranglers. They are easy to set up and the neutral position on the transfer case makes towing an automatic or manual transmission acceptable. I recently changed to a Chevy Silverado Extended Cab 4x4. The transfer case is electronic and is actually easier to shft into neutral than the Wranglers. You have to decide what kind of vehicle you want to drive when you get to your destination. There are a meriod of good choices.
I had them on my last coach. When I traded that coach in, it had 47000 miles on it and the Hankook tires still looked like new. When time comes, I will replace the Michilin's on my current coach with Hankook's.
Last year, Mike Cody took Camp Freightliner on the road. I caught it in Houston, Texas, his last stop before returning home. It is an excellent experience. You will get more information than you can possibly comprehend but you take away some great handouts for future refrence in case you have an issue. I highly recommend the event!