I have the Raodmaster base plate. It's rock solid. I couldn't find the paper work, don't remember the model number. But if I were to do it again, I wouldn't use a base plate. Instead, I'd take the $250 - $300 for the base plate and put it toward an after market bumper that is strong enough to support the tabs that your tow bar attaches to. I'd talk to the bumper makers, give them the spec for the tow points, and have them weld the tabs directly to the bumper (would need to weld them front and back, just like properly done D-ring tabs).
This would allow you to avoid the low hanging base plate. It hangs down about two inches below your front bumper. This reduces your approach angle slightly. I haven't found it to be a big deal. I have banged them, but they haven't bent. Still, I would prefer to not have them hanging there.
Also, by connecting your tow bar directly to tabs on your front bumper, you would eliminate the cross bar in your tow "system". Eliminating connect points is good. Simpler to connect, and fewer things to go bad.
FWIW - here's what mine looks like. You can see the base plate hangs down below the bumper. I'm not terribly unhappy with it, but if I were to do it again, I'd have a bumper built with the tow points built in.