I have the Little Wing 15.5 trimaran. I believe it is the fastest sailing craft (besides a windsurfer or kitesurfer) under 100 lbs. In light airs under 10 knots, I can outpace the windsurfer however. The whole rig including Aikos and Amas weighs just 67 lbs. I can launch her anywhere and car-topping is easy. For those reasons, we end up sailing more often. We had the Hobie AI but due to her heavy weight and slow speed, we upgraded to the Warren. The Hobie is a great robust craft however, very user friendly. The Warren tri is more for those strictly interested in sailing, not fishing, and is probably the highest end sailing tri you can buy in that size range. She will outsail the Hobie by almost a factor of 2, especially if the Hobie drags the Mirage Drive in the water. The Warren is all carbon and thus her higher price, almost double the Hobie, but well worth it if you do a lot of sailing/it is your passion. If you tend to sail where winds exceed 20 knots with higher seas (Chesp Bay, San Fran Bay), I would stick with the Hobie AI, she is drier and handles choppier conditions better.