There are lots of members here that use the Reese DC. I happen to have the Equal-i-zer and am very happy with the quality and performance. The main reason I got it was because no holes are drilled into the tongue. I also liked the integrated all-in-one design and for your 2475/F150 you definitely need both wd and anti sway.
There are lots of hitches out there and I'm sure they all have their cheerleaders and do a good job. But Reese and Equal-i-zer have a big share of the market because they have been around a long time and make a good product.
The 2475 has a dry tongue of 630 lb. so you should be getting a 1000 lb. hitch. Definitely do not get friction sway bars. These are add ons that work well on pop ups and other light trailers, but have huge compromises in holes drilled, pain to attach and can break in tight turns... and they look so untidy compared to an Equal-i-zer.
I bought my hitch at http://www.rvsupplywarehouse.com/pro...og.cfm/nid/221
and their price will be better than any RV dealer. The Equal-i-zer ships in two boxes so the weight is just under UPS limits. But it ships from CA not IN so allow enough time for delivery if you use RVSupply.
Note that on the Reese, the DC anti sway is often sold separately. RVSupply lists it separately and in a package on the second page. Otherwise the price looks misleading until you realize you're only looking at half the package.
You also need to specify the drop/rise of the shank or drawbar you need to match and level the trailer and the truck. Download Equal-i-zer's pdf and they show you how to measure.
Plus, now you can see what's involved in the installation before you buy. It's really quite simple, but you do need some big sockets and a 250 ft.lb torque wrench. Installing the Equal-i-zer hitch ball is a bit of a pain. You need a 1 7/8 thin walled socket which they sell for $81.40! I got mine for about $20 at a discount tool store. I was able to go this root only because my neighbor has one of those mobile Cat service trucks complete with a 3/4 drive 450 ft. lb. torque wrench to install the ball. You should be able to order the hitch with the ball installed or go back to your RV dealer to get it done.