Stomper 90 vs Remix 79
I have paddled both. I currently have a Remix 79, and had a Stomper 90 last season.
I bought a Stomper 90 last year after paddling the L Pyranha Burn for a few years. I thought it would be a good transition from the flat hull of the Burn, due to the Stomper's semi planing hull and slight edges. It was. The Stomper is relatively fast for a short creek boat, snaps into eddies really well, spins on a dime and boofs easily.
This past spring, I sold my Stomper and bought a Remix 79. Although I loved the Stomper, I wanted a boat with more speed, and less "corky". The Remix is faster than the Stomper and holds a line in pushier water. It has a softer edge/chine, so you have to drive it into eddies a little more aggressively. It boofs well, but doesn't "auto boof" like the Stomper.
I went with the Remix over the Stomper, because I don't paddle many super steep manky creek runs. I feel comfortable in the Remix in any creekish type run that I plan on paddling. If it is so steep and manky that I would need a Stomper over a Remix, I shouldn't be paddling it. But, if you come from a playboating background, the Stomper will be a good transition to river runner/creeker, due to the edges, semi planing hull and ease of turning.
About me: 190 lbs, 6'2", 36" inseam, size 11 foot. I also am the type of paddler that prefers speed and tracking in a boat.