Parker, many RV sales lots have a vehicle (fork lift, pickup, etc.) with a hitch ball mounted on the FRONT bumper. Of course, you wouldn't want to try to move a trailer with a 600 lb tongue weight
with a bolt-on bumper hitch, but it works fine with our lightweight fiberglass rigs. Instead of "backing", you're "forwarding", and can see everything that's happening. I don't use it because I've had forty years of practice. But I did use this trick when I was starting out. It's extra work to have to flip the tow vehicle once you arrive at your campsite, but it works -- and preserves peace in the household!
And for the rest of you purists who wouldn't be caught dead doing this, just remember -- the professionals who move dozens of trailers around a sales lot every day do it!