Right now I have a Tekonsha Voyager brake controller in my truck. I need to replace it because the plastic case is falling apart, the screws are gone and it keeps falling onto my foot while I'm driving (annoying, ya, just a little). My question is this... should I simply buy another Voyager and replace it or should I look for something else? According to the info I've found, the Voyager is an inertia controller - better than the time delay types. Tekonsha makes another model, the Prodigy which according to their literature is "one of the most advanced and intelligent approaches to trailer brake controls" (no sales pitch there!). Seriously though, it supposedly does not need any calibration and it is self adjusting. This controller is not much more than the Voyager so if it is so much better, I'm inclined to go with it. Any thoughts? Also, I looked under the dash where the controller is wired into the truck and there is no adapter, but rather the wires from the controller are spliced into "wires from the truck". The truck (a 1998 Chevy k2500) supposedly has a "factory installed tow package" although I have my doubts. At any rate with the described installation, would installing a new Voyager or Prodigy be an easy task...red to red, white to white, etc. or will I end up needing adapters or other accessories?