Demoing both is the best option.
If you like them you may prefer to sell the Getaway. Many members have posted about their Cats not seeing much water since their AI/TI purchase.
We used our C-Tug trolley for the first time yesterday. It made retrieving our TI at the boat ramp much easier and I stayed a lot drier!
The C-Tug slid under the hull easily with my wife and I holding opposite rear TI handles and dragging the cart
by its straps into place. The only negative was that we couldn't get the cart
along the hull enough to balance it as well as the Trax2 does so I had a bit more weight at the bow handle. Better than using the rear scuppers though. Next time out we will try two carts with the Trax in the the rear scupper cart
position and C-Tug forward. That should take weight off the bow handle.
I still prefer to launch with the scupper cart
as the Trax2 is easy to insert and hold in place when on the trailer, but it was always a chore getting it back in when on the water.