the Mopar looks nice but the only one I can find is on www.jeepworld.com for $250. Seems a little step for the occasional plywood/camping gear I'd be hauling only a few times a year. I really don't plan on using it much but I am a firm believer in you get what you pay for.
I know it is not as pretty as the Mopar, but I got the curt hitch off amazon for $120 shipped to my door using free supersaver shipping.
2011 Liberty Sport
2 KC Slimlite[RIGHT] 130 Watt Long Range on JK Bar
TMS Aluminum Roof Rack Cross Bars
Cobra 75, Firestik Door Jam Mount, HD Spring, 2Ft Firestik
Dunlop Fierce Attitude M/T
I went with the Mopar as well on our 2008. I found one brand new on E-bay. Don't recall how much I ended up paying for it. It was slightly more than the aftermarket ones. I think it fits better and looks better myself. The receiver doesn't stick our as far on the Mopar ones. You don't have to worry about hitting your leg on it, like you would with the aftermarket ones. It also came with the nice Jeep receiver plug and mount for the 7 pin trailer wiring plug.
2010 Commander Sport 2wd Black Hemi(his)
2008 Liberty Sport 2wd Black 6sp man(hers)
2003 Dodge Neon SXT Black 5sp(commuter)
I bought the MOPAR hitch and 7 wire harness and had the dealer install them. A few extra bucks for the parts and labor, but I always prefer OEM when I can get it, and having the dealer install it saved the heartburn. Plus if something screws up I'll just take it back to the dealer and hopefully get any fixes for free. Nice clean install, fits up nice and tight. If I was younger I would have done it myself. But since I've gotten older, why bother, I'll pay someone to do all the "heavy lifting" for me.
2009 Jeep Liberty
Jeep Remote start
Jeep Liberty Fog lights
Jeep black tube step/side rails
Jeep molded splash guards
Jeep cargo area security cover
Jeep hitch receiver and wiring
Black Taillight guards