Glad you had a good trip. It sounds like your WDH needs some adjustment. Not sure which WDH you are running but this might help. Measure from the ground to the fender on your TV in both front and rear both hitched and unhitched on a level surface. When hitched the front should be as close tounhitched height without going lower than unhitched height. The rear should be within an inch of the unhitched height. You may need to change the angle of the ball. On the reese dual cam (which if not the same, is maybe a similar set up), 1 change in the tilt of the ball is equal to 2 chain links. The goal is to have somewhere between 5 and 7 links tight with the measuerements above. The cams will then need to be adjusted to seat the bars correctly. Once this is all done, head to some scales and measure your TV's front and rear axles independantly both hitched and unhitched (weigh your TT while you are there). The front axle should be as close to the original weight without going heavier. The rear axle should not be over it's GAWR (if it is, you have too much TT for the TV).
Here are some links to help you: http://www.rv.net/forum/index.cfm/fuseaction/thread/tid/17730894.cfm
As for the stabilizer jacks, they are not used to level the TT and from what I understand you can damage the frame using them to do so. Use the stab jacks to stabilize the TT. Use something like lynx levelers or boards under the tires to level the TT side to side. Use the tongue to level front to back. This shows you how the lynx levelers with the lynxchocks work.I use both together like in the picture for more stability. http://www.lynxlevelers.com/snc1.html
Edited by: anaro