I recently bought a Hollywood brand rack from Nashbar, the Prorider 2 model. It's the only hitch-type rack I could find that uses fork clamps and trays to secure the bikes. With a coupon, I ended up getting it for around $180 plus shipping. I prefer fork mounts, they're the most secure way you can secure your bike on a vehicle. You do have to be willing to remove the front wheel, of course. I also bought a couple of the front wheel holders that attach to the rack to hold the front wheels of the bikes, so you don't have to put the wheels in the vehicle if you don't want to.
I bought the rack because we were going on a fairly long road trip, and I wanted my son and I to have our bikes with us. The trip was around 1500 miles round trip, the rack worked great. We're a family of five, so with luggage and all it was nice to have the wheel holders on the rack, to save room inside the vehicle. For local trips it wouldn't have been an issue. Honestly, I rarely haul a bike anywhere anyway, my rides usually start right out my garage door, but this was an unusual situation. Bottom line, I can highly recommend the Hollywood Prorider 2 rack. The "2" designation in the model name is for the Prorider racks that are to be used with vehicles with a 2" receiver hitch. The Prorider (without the 2) is for 1 1/4" receiver hitches.
Once assembled, the rack attaches easily to the hitch without tools. I gotta say one thing, though: since you say you're getting the hitch from UHaul, make sure it's designed to accomodate bike racks. There's a very recent thread regarding this, it will speak for itself. The Hollywood Prorider racks will hold two bikes, and are very heavy duty, robust racks; good stuff. Again, just make sure your hitch is designed to handle such a thing, regardless of the rack you go with. Our vehicle is a Nissan Pathfinder with a factory installed 2" receiver hitch, designed to pull a fairly heavy trailer. Good luck-
Last edited by well biked; 08-16-07 at 10:41 PM.