I often raft alone, and I'm getting older and moving a huge heavy frame around in one piece didn't sound great to me.
I wanted a table / bench seat so I thought why not make the table structural so it's in effect a table on a trailer frame module... Only I didn't have to buy more pipe and fittings.
72" x 19". It's 3/4" ply I had lying around, 2x3s running the length and a short section of 2x6 on each end for a flat spot to rest on the tubes... Glued and screwed. Then coated in about 6 coats of varathane on top and 4 on the bottom.
4 holes are drilled on each side to hang and drop bag from, two extra holes on the corners on one side to strap to d rings on the front of the boat, and an extra one in the middle if I want to use a cargo floor in the front bay. The other side of the table just straps to the frame.
I was trying to figure out what to do for legs and realized that my cheap sawhorses are plenty strong and light. I might figure out legs later but i might just bring the sawhorses as they are very stable and light.
The drop bag doubles as a dish drying rack in camp.