Hello all, We are picking up our NTU pup this Saturday. Our previous pup had surge brakes; this one has electric brakes, so we purchased a Prodigy P2 brake controller. It's installed and operational, but hasn't been set up since we don't yet have the pup. Our concern is that we are picking up the pup from out of town (two hours away), and the terrain is hilly. We also aren't all that familiar with the area. The P2 set up instructions require a number of steps that include braking and adjustment of the levels while driving on a flat surface. This could be a challenge. Is there a generic setting we can use on the brake controller that is safe, and "good enough" to get us home until we can set it properly? We will be driving on the freeway a good portion of the trip. Would we be better off not using the brake controller until it can be set properly, and taking it slow and easy on the way home? Or, should we try our darndest to set the controller by finding a nearby parking lot, etc.? We appreciate your insight, since we've never used electric brakes on a trailer. For what it's worth, the pup is a 2008 Fleetwood Utah, our TV is a 2012 Honda Pilot with 4,500 lbs towing capacity. Thanks!