I have the Undercover Flex. Did not have to remove the Utilitrac sysment.
Bakflip is also good. AutoAnything will give you a small discount when you get on their online chat. Mention that you have a discount code that doesn't seem to work on anything and they should apply a 10-15% discount for you.
Pros... Cheap. Easy to store, in the garage or bed, when not in use (2 pieces). Can make it any color you want, if you make it black no one will know you made it. Works well with the utilitrac rails and locking tail gate. If it gets scratched, no problem.
Cons..... might not go over well at the country club. You make it instead of buying it. Termites. Warping if not water proof treated.
I will suggest you to get the bed cover through car coupons at reecoupons that will be cost effective for you & may be you will get some special offer here. When I bought a bed cover the rates were really low at that time so I got thsi in a very profitable manner.
I have an Advantage Tri-Fold soft cover and it works fine with the track system. Easy to install and remove with one person. It's about 7 years old and holding up well. Cargo in the bed stays dry during rain and car washes.
One major issue and I'm not sure if this affects all the soft tonneau covers, is that the cover can touch the back of the cab. Over time, the paint has rubbed away to bare metal. It's a small section that's only noticeable when the cover is removed.
When the cover is installed, before tightening things down you want it to be centered over the bed. It's possible to tighten it down when it's too far forward, back, left, right, etc. Over the years I've had it too far forward so that the cover touches the cab, allowing the paint to get rubbed away.