Yeah. It's a cool pic, and that kind of thing sells, but I think it is important to be honest and informative, too.
It would be dishonest (and perhaps liable) to project these "you're invincible with our product" images without also explaining the risks and/or care taken to mitigate the risks. Like, "vehicle specially equipped, do not attempt, professional driver on closed coarse, vehicle contents were properly secured", etc.
Sure, the hitch may survive, but your Jeep, trailer, and everything in them will be in peril, and you could die if you try this (high speed launch with no window net and presumably no EMT standing by.
It's not about big brother restricting everything, it's about teaching our youth that they are not immortal, nor super human death defying daredevils. Life has consequences, and if you want to do daring and extreme things, do them responsibly.
When I see kids doing 80 mph wheelies on there 150hp motorcycles in rush hour traffic with no helmets, leathers, gloves... just T-shirts sneakers and shorts, I'm impressed by their talent (I've been riding for years and can't do that), but dumbfounded by their utter stupidity, risking their lives like they are in a video game and can just hit reset if something goes wrong.
Sorry to have had such a strong reaction to your attempt to entertain us. I do appreciate your intent. Not sure what came over me. It's just the way I happened to react. Maybe it's because I know my Jeep and camper would be junk if I tried that, and I would be changing my shorts if I survived the train wreck that surely must have occurred immediately after that pic was taken.