Yeah, I wonder how long it will take before a lawsuit comes up with that one.
I have a Rapid Rig and it is awesome, but mine was built by the designer before he sold the plans to Mirage to build for Cascade.** I like how the on the Sawtooth they added full sides, winch and a full top versus the rails.* The elongated tongue with motorcycle mount is cool.** Mine has a winch but the Cascade one doesn’t, and the top rails over several years start to kind of leave rail spots in the rubber.* No big deal but it happens, the full mesh top looks better. **The full sides should be better for gas mileage, although then you can’t add/remove small items from the trailer without opening the tailgate and crawling in there, same with the top.* Pros/cons I guess.
What I would change on the Sawtooth though versus mine is that they mounted the tail lights low instead of up high to stay out of the water, a fully rigged boat with fishing frame is heavy to get up that high on the deck, you want to get it down in the water if you can without getting the hubs in.** Mine also has a torsion axle, I’m convinced that’s the way to go, no more springs to deal with and soaks up the rough roads.** The deck looks nicer in the Cascade but oh well, mine is Trex anyway so no maintenance ever.* They have been creeping the price up at Cascade over the years, but they do put it on sale every year.*** The Sawtooth looks like a nice rig too.**