You're on the right track with the Rhino/brand as we've had very good luck with them. This doesn't mean they'll be everyone's favorite. Specifically, I prefer the way the hoses (accordion) rings snap in place allowing you to size/place it handle it more easily. Be cautious as some hoses will wiggle around wildly under pressure, when dumping which can cause problems.
But generally it's nice to have sections that fit your specific need rather than wrestling a monster hose that you may only need once a season. YMMV.
We use a 10' section 90% of the time traveling. We carry 2ea. 10' & 1ea. 5' again, most will have there own preferences. The 5' works for our extended stay summer / winter sites.
Short of a macerating setup (another topic) most RVs will use that diameter hose.
Insure it has the four 4) bayonet ears pictured, and quality gaskets to promote good connections. The included storage caps are a plus for us.
As mentioned there is an inexpensive multi-tool that is helpful with CG sanitary sewer caps that are threaded and often gritty stubborn.
Often a HD spray bottle with dilute bleach is handy to keep around along with nitrile disposable gloves from Harbor Freight, for these duties.
FWIW, Many of us like these optional 3rd valves for flexibility / versatility but may be more than you require.
Best of luck.
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