I have a DrawTite Class IV hitch on my SS. It's not nearly as 'hidden' as the hidden hitch. But it is probably the strongest one out there - due to its design and proportions - The Drawtite is massive. It probably weighs a good 80 pounds. And when coming out of a steep driveway, you'll be scratching up concrete big time. [img]smile.gif[/img]
Only get the best hitch equipment available. If you're just going to tow a Jet ski or small pop-up, then most any hitch made for our cars is probably fine. But if you think you want to tow another car, or a real travel trailer, then only get the best. Get the best wiring (with relays), the best Plug, the best electric brake controller (or surge) and make sure your vehicle brakes are in top condition.
There has been quite a bit of info posted on this site about towing, if you want specifics, just do a search. Probably the three main Hitch makers are Reese, Hidden and DrawTite. And it's kinda like Ford, Chevy, Dodge - people have their favorites. If you were going to get a Class II, Hidden would probably be the easy / best choice. But if you want a 'full size' hitch I'd stick with DrawTite. I don't know what brand U-Haul carries, I have a feeling it's Reese - they are usually the least expensive. I've never been that happy with Reese, and in the applications I've tried (at work) they never seem to fit without a little 'help' or adapters. Now we exclusively use DrawTite. They cost more, sometime ALOT more, but man are they built tough and they always fit right. Not an ad or anything, just my experience. [img]smile.gif[/img]