Seriously it's not a big deal at all. Go to etrailer.com or anywhere else and get one of THESE
the wiring diagram is on the page in the link, if your coach has a 7 pin/6 pin connector there are adapters. If your coach has a 3 wire system get a converter and wire it in, directions are on the converter. My Alpine is 3 wire so I wired the Cherokee to use all the available lights. The TJ (Wrangler) is 2 wire so I just wired in the running lights/turn signals from the coach and let the Easy Brake handle the brake lights.
I can tell you from experience that the Roadmaster Falcon 2 tow bar is a pain to get loose if you're not very level. If you're going to be boondocking get a tow bar that has a better release system. Currie has a good looking base plate that doesn't hang down very far, if you're going to use the Jeep as intended that's important. For my '01 Wrangler I bolted THESE
where the stock tow hooks were and use THESE
on the tow bar. Very solid but with my lift I need a 6" rise to get the tow bar level but they don't get hung up when I nose into a wall. I used the same mounts on the Cherokee with an aftermarket tow hook system.
For anyone who knows even a little about which way to twist a wrench or how to use a crimper it's a piece of cake.
The above post is just my experience/opinion which is worth exactly what you paid for it.
'05 Lance 845/'06 F-250 or '99 Alpine 36SDS Usually towing an '01 Wrangler locked on 35"s or moderate '98 Cherokee on 33"s (rear locker only)