I have WeatherPro also. One thing I noticed on mine is if I turn the wind sensor off with the remote I have to hold the button in the entire time to retract. If I let go of the button it will stop. With wind sensor on I only have to to hold the button 3 or 4 seconds and let go, and it will continue retracting on it's own. It's an over-complicated design prone to problems. Even if it worked 100% as advertised, what would happen if you had lights hanging off the awning, or a sun shade hanging, and it DID work correctly? Ooooops there go the lights. Ooooops there goes the sun shade when the awning is retracting in the wind and the sun shade is getting all tangled up in the arms.
As long as you're in the habit of not leaving it out when you leave the RV, I would bypass it and travel on.
2005 Fleetwood Bounder 32W (Workhorse)
Retired Air Force