My bank account has found out that fishing up close has very specific requirements, which are generally not catered for with what is typically considered the ideal line and rod match. Case in point, I have a Sage TXL #3 and the consensus on the forums was you have to get a Rio LT DT (£55 when I bought a few years ago). I did and its terrible for short casts on small streams as it won't load the rod until a fair bit of line is aerialised (not surprising when you see how long the taper is and that it is true to weight) leading to frustration and terrible accuracy. I was intrigued by the Rio Creek but for £75 forget about it as the Barrio small stream #3 seems like a similar package. It was out of stock though so to find a solution for similar money I have just received an Airflow Super Dri DT #4 (£25 delivered). Had a play in the kitchen and I think this is exactly what I'm after, nice loading with tight loops with only a few feet of line out. If on the water it bogs down I'll get the Barrio and still be ~£25 better off than if I had gone for the Rio. I would be surprised if the excellent memory characteristics of Rio lines can be bettered though. I had the LT DT3 on a tiny flyweight reel for two years unused and the line is fine, even the back end!