It may sound lazy but I sprang for several goodies to help out.
1. TV has a backup camera. I hit the hitch/pin alignment first time every time without bickering back and forth with the wife.
2. My TT has a rear mounted camera. I can park the TT without bickering back and forth with the wife.
3. I bought a flip jack foot for my electric tongue jack. Easy to raise and lower the back end of the truck to get my friction bars on and off and I don't have to remove the foot of the jack every time I head out or find it to unhook.
4. We have everything in the trailer at all times except daily clothes and the perishable food for the trip.
5. I have separate tubs for my potable water items (hose, filter, fittings) and for the sewer hoses/items. I pull the tubs out and have them right in front of me when I'm doing my business. Easy to pack away. We measured our pass through and bought tubs that packed in nice and tight. I have large tubs on the bottom with shorter ones that fit on top of the larger ones. Everything slides in and out nice and neat.
When we get ready to head out I just go grab the trailer from storage and we load it up the night before with food and clothes, fire up the fridge and that's about it. We can be ready in an hour!
As an example. When we were breaking camp last weekend at the same time as some friends I was hooked up and ready to go in about 20 minutes (including the black tank flushing routine) and he was still working at it, maybe half way done. He had his wife helping (and arguing) and my wife was off visiting another couple.
The extra purchases were definitely worth it. Not fun starting and ending a trip with bickering