Oh and just FYI, red is slower
On this subject Outrider is obviously talkin out of his arse. Red is the very epitome of speed - on or off the water.
Basstender, a 125 lb individual would need to be very fit
to haul a TI up a steep beach incline (or a loaded AI for that matter). Or up a slippery ramp.
If you have any challenging terrain, a second person would be mandatory. If not, a good set of wheels will get you by. You may find a long bowline, or two handles will make it easier to leverage your weight.
The TI is amazing for tandem sailing, but at 19ft it's a handful, (on or off the water).
If you're usually going to sail solo and are not going to use a trailer, I would suggest the AI. You'll have 90% of the fun, trust me. No sense getting a groin pull just to have 10% more.
And with the AI, you can still throw a second person on the tramps (or make benches) to safely sail in almost any wind. When you crave more room and excitement, take out the H16.
Speaking of tramps, you'll find it impractical to set these up after you are on the water, unless you can stand in waist deep water to to it.
Do you have a spot to deploy them after launching in the folded mode?