Since updating their design, the Harbor Freight carrier is very solidly built, and gets very good reviews. I purchased one, outfitted it with some LED trailer lights, and used it last weekend for my first long haul. I have an older Honda Pilot, and added a pair of air bag suspension supports in the rear for the added 325 lbs of tongue weight. Cheap way to keep the ride height nice and even with that kind of load cantilevered off the back of the vehicle. The carrier performed awesome. It even comes with anti-sway/wobble clamps which don't come on a lot of the other ones on amazon, etc. This sandwiches the main beam of the carrier between the ends of the hitch receiver, keeping it from swaying with all of that weight on a single beam coming off the back of the vehicle. The front tire clamp is also a nice touch that a lot don't have, and helps immensely if you're loading the bike yourself. You can push the bike up on the carrier, and turn one side of the clamp at a time until you have the front tire snugged up, and then it'll stay upright (without holding it) so you can get your front tie downs secure. I haven't seen another carrier with this clamp feature, and it's awesome. This carrier, even in mostly aluminum, is very heavy, and it's a job to get it onto our Pilot myself. I can't imagine an all-steel model. All in all I am thoroughly impressed with the Harbor Freight hauler and give it 5 stars.