You got it, slides in just like a normal hitch, chains hook up like a regular trailer, couple of turns on the turn buckle to tighten things down and your good to go.
In the basement we have one room about 9'x14' that isn't finished. In that room is the furnace, water heater, water softener, utility sink, small chest freezer, 5 drawer rolling tool box, fridge and a 6' long work bench. On that bench I get one corner to mount my Rockchucker press on, usually have to clean off a spot to put the rest of my stuff when I reload. BUT it beats buying factory.
I do the majority of my shooting at a friends place east of Beloit. Takes me about 20 mins to get there, and I can currently shoot out to about 500 yds, used to be further but vegitation is starting to get in the way. I used to use the range over by Yellowstone, but its a long drive and I've been on the 200 yd line and actually had people drive in and park between me and my target. I now try and avoid that kind of temptation.