Husky makes mostly cheaap hitches you do not want. But the Husky 31390 Center Line is an excellent weight-distributing hitch with good sway control. If you don't want to go first class with a ProPride, then the Centerline 31390 is a good alternative for less than half the cost of a ProPride.
I don't know about the Centerline TS. That's a new less-expensive hitch from Husky. Reviews are hard to find because it's a brand new product. The older - and more expensive Centerline 31390 has some positive reviews, but the TS is too new to have many objective reviews.
Note that when ordering a Centerline 31390, you must order two parts. The head does not include spring bars, so you must order the spring bars separate from the head. The 800-1200 spring bars are fine for tongue weights that cannot exceed 1,200 pounds (max trailer GVWR of about 8,000 pounds). Ignore than 12,000-pounds gross trailer weight. Tongue weight - not gross trailer weight - is you limiter, so estimate 15% tongue weight and you won't go wrong.
There are at least 3 other WD hitches with built-in sway control that are comparable in performance to the Centerline 31390. The Reese Strait-Line, Blue Ox SwayPro, and EqualI-Zer. All 4 of those hitches list for around $1,000 and can be ordered from online discount sources including Amazon.com for about $550 to $650 including the adjustable shank required. The Strait-Line is available for less than $500 without the shank, but you have to have the shank and it costs about $120.
Grumpy ole man with over 50 years towing experience. Now my heaviest trailer is a 7,000-pound enclosed cargo trailer, RV is a 5,600 pound Skyline Nomad Joey 196S, and my tow vehicle is a 2012 F-150 EcoBoost SuperCrew.