Every boat is a compromise - price, materials, durability, expense
For rolling once a year and trailer use, you can consider the heavyweight PVC boats - Maravia and Aire.
I've run both. I really liked the rowability of the Maravia better, especially with the stiff dropstitch floor
but once my boat was nearing 20 years old, I disliked the pinholes at the sides of the floor--but at the time, I frequently rolled it.
I now have an Aire 156R. Good boat, but not a great boat. It's durable and stiff. It rows good, but not great. It's also super heavy, difficult to roll, and I dislike the open pocket floor.