We got an Anderson kit which has 2 levelers, a larger wedge for changing tires (it is slightly larger and you pull the good tire up onto it so the flat tire can be removed) as well as 4 jack pad which all fit in the same storage bag. Used them last summer and was very impressed with them. Only problem we had was one campground had very sandy sites and the levelers sank into the ground when we bulled the trailer up onto them. Fortunately we still had 2X8 boards which we set the levelers on with the supplied thin piece of rubber between the leveler and plank and the board distributed the weight enough to no sink into the sand. Best thing about them is that they work well in tight spots because you only have to backup or pull forward a maximum of 12" to get up to 3 1/2" of lift. With planks or lynx levelers you will have to move the trailer another 3 to 6 feet to get up on the leveling blocks. If using them on a hard or slippery surface, you might need something to create some friction to stop them from sliding.
2015 Eagle 284BHBE
2010 Ford F150 XLT 5.4 Maxtow, Coverking Seat Covers, Putco LED interiors, Kenwood DNX571TR GPS, Kicker Powerstage, Weathertech Floor Mats and Window Vents, Line-X, Firestone Airbags, Michelin LTX-MS2, LivewireTS 5 Star tuned, Propride 3P