I also have a Pullrite. A bit of a pain to hook up, as you have to be straight and level, but the only way to tow with a shortbed PU.
Funny story: When you get the hitch, it must come with a 'capture plate,' which bolts onto your pinbox. This forces the hitch to slide as you maneuver, preventing the trailer from pivoting on its kingpin.
Now here's the 'funny' part: I had my trailer in for service and the shop had to move it. They didn't have a Pullrite, so they took off my capture plate. Then they forgot/neglected to put it back on. Not noticing, I hooked up and felt something funny in the way it pulled out of the shop's driveway. Then it started bucking like a wild bronco.
So I jumped out and saw that the hitch head had rotated 90 degrees to the trailer. A quick phone call and the shop manager came out, took one look and said "they forgot the capture plate!" And there it was lying inside the pass through storage compartment.
Five minutes later we were on the way.