I have a Smithfly. Great portable 3 man. Good for up to stout class 2. We took it in on horseback and down the S Fork of the Flathead, vastly over weight in some pretty technical and unforgiving conditions. Lightweight and cartop capable setup, over fits in an SUV packed up. It's a tough, comfortable sturdy option for fishing and family use on mild water. Small tubes and short length, so no bueno for whitewater, but it's great on stuff like the Madison, Yellowstone, midwest rivers and stillwater or bushwhacking creeks. Only watercraft I could ever flyfish sitting down from, and ferries effortlessly - slides right across or almost even upstream , it just doesn't get pushed downstream like a hard chine boat. Low enough to slip wind, it definitely is a great craft for the appropriate missions..