There are lots of great "chargers" out there.
First off is language. The charger is built into the truck. What you are looking for is an EVSE or Electric vehicle supply equipment. Yes, most people call them chargers but it is important to understand that an EVSE is really just a sophisticated power supply that powers your truck's charger.
Secondly, this question is really the same independent of battery size or trim. A few users who use up their entire battery multiple times a week may need a bit higher power EVSE than those with SR batteries or those who only need to charge them periodically. The question you need to answer to start your decision process is how far do you drive in a day and how much energy (number of kWh of electricity) will you need to charge in a normal daily (or every few days) charge. Remember, you are best off charging to 90% or less on a regular basis (many other threads on this). Once you know how much energy you need, think about how quickly you need to charge. Is overnight fast enough? Do you need to recharge in a few hours?
Here are some estimated charge times for various power EVSEs. Note that a 32A EVSE will charge your truck at the same pretty much rate independent of brand.
Once you know how much you need to charge and how fast, you can determine the rate of charging you need from your EVSE and what wiring will be needed. If you only charge every few days and overnight is fast enough, a 32A or 48A EVSE is probably fine.
Remember the 80% rule: circuit breakers are designed to operate at 80% continuous capacity, so a 24A EVSE requires a 30A breaker and wiring, a 32A requires a 40A, 48A a 60A, 80A a 100A. How much space do you have in your power panel for adding large new circuits? Your panel may limit what you want to install.
Next, think about your driving habits. For most people, it is handy every now and then to have an EVSE in the truck. It's a bit of insurance for being able to charge away from home in a pinch. That means buying two EVSEs: one for home and one to live in the truck. There are other threads where people talk about various mobile EVSEs.
When you decide on a home unit, seriously consider hard-wiring the EVSE. That removes a common source of failure (cheap quality outlets). Don't be cheap. Protect your truck worth tens of thousands of dollars and your home worth much more by making sure your breaker is high quality, the wiring is of sufficient gauge size, even the wire nuts are properly rated. Have the job done by a licensed electrician who is experienced in installing EV chargers. An EVSE will run at 100% for hours. It pulls much more energy than any range, dryer, or hot tub and it does it continuously while charging. There are videos and threads about blown outlets, wire nuts, and circuit breakers that couldn't handle the load and ruined people's days. Anything EVSE of 48A or above requires being hard-wired. Hard wiring lower power units is not required but highly recommended for regular use.
What you probably were asking for was the best brand. Good news is there are lots of good ones. Bad news is there are lots to choose from. Stick with quality and good reputation. Grizzl-E and Clipper Creek make great dumb EVSEs. Plug in, charge, no special frills. ChargePoint Home Flex and others make great smart chargers you can control from your phone. Tesla makes great home and mobile EVSEs, just get the version with a J-1772 plug (otherwise you have to use an adapter all the time). There is a great YouTube channel that evaluates EVSEs called State of Charge:
Honestly, unless you want to buy the Home Integration System the Ford Charge Station Pro is probably not the greatest choice. Also, unless you bleed blue and named your kid Oval, the Ford Connected Charge Station (for home) and Ford Mobile Charger (for the truck) are probably not your best choices either. Yes, they do integrate with the Ford Pass app but that's about where the pros end. They are made by other companies for Ford and have not held up well in regular use. That especially holds true for folks who try to use the Ford Mobile Charger as their only charger.
While we are talking charging, you should probably start your educational journey with this video by Tom Moloughney: