I chose Roadmaster for our F150 because of the installation. The base plates are mounted to the frame rails on the F150, and I didn't have to remove, drill, or cut anything. I watched a video on eTrailer, and the Blue Ox base plates required removing the front bumper and grill. Some may say that the Blue Ox base plates are a stronger and more secure. However, I did the install myself and I have checked the torque on the bolts after a year of towing, and all is good. The cross bar came with the Blackhawk II All Terrain, but Roadmaster says it's not to be used with the MX base plates.
Scotty and Kristen, Airedales Dagny and Wyatt
2007 Newmar Mountain Aire 4528, 450 HP ISM, Allison 4000, 8 Trojan T-105's
2014 F150 4x4 Crew Cab Platinum 157" WB
Roadmaster Blackhawk 2, RVI2 Brake System