I purchased a Damon Challenger 377 in January and, as part of the haggling process, got the dealer to install a Blue Ox bracket on a 2005 MCS. I, too, use a Blue Ox drop receiver; I think its the 10" one.
I've got less than 100 miles tow experience but had no problem with the Damon or the MCS when towing back from the dealer. I've not yet added a supplementary brake system. I'll do so even though I did not notice any braking difficulty. (It's not required in Illinois for a tow the size of the MCS.) Safe v. sorry.
The dealer, Camping World/Crystal Valley RV, did a nice job with the installation. The installer said that running the additional cables for the lights (bulbs have to be added) was the easiest part of the job.
The MCS is "mine." SWMBO claims the PT Cruiser. The 1971 MGB, however, is "ours" even though she, dear wife, doesn't drive it.
The MCS manual does have some information about towing.
Run-flat tires are nice; they've come in handy.
Paul & Joy. "Doghowz" is a 2008 Damon Challenger 377 owned by our 3 Keeshonden and by our Pomeranian "foster-failure" with a Mini Cooper S toad