I'm OK with an independent review, but did you click on my link? There are many close ups of the sails. Those pictures, (the ones in the link, not attached above) are sent to SloSails and evaluated.
I'm in Vermont. I have no problem shipping them to a sailing club or sail maker of your choice...
This is the best I can do for you.
but here is the original link with all the pictures:
When I bought the boat it came with a set of Racing Sails and Rainbow Sails.
I don't race and love the colors. Figured someone else could use the racing...
a lot depends on the lake bottom. That alone determines the type and weight of the mooring anchor.
Hard Sandy bottom means an easy drag so you need it to be heavier.
A Muddy bottom will allow the anchor to sink into the mud and become "stuck" which is what you want.
Myself...I happened to...
I'm a bit nuts and used an Apline Butterfly Knot. Cows Hitch can move on you and a Bowline CAN come undone.
That said, the Cows Hitch is the least bulky and will not catch on the shrouds like the others (including mine)