I hope that everyone realizes that this is an "All or nothing" furler, not a jib reefing system. It wont wind up part of the sail like a rigid aluminum foil will.
IMHO, these have a place in the grandprix racing market as it relates to distance sailing, but is this what you want when you might need to reduce sail at some point?
Otherwise, wouldn't soft hanks be the right answer?
i think if you are starting with non-overlapping jibs, the lack of reefing is much less of an issue than for those with big genoas.
for hanks - i was only asking because the torsion ropes i have seen have a woven cover that i thought might not work so well with certain soft hanks. zippers might be better for this type of torsion rope.
but Rimike has said above that some newer torsion ropes will not have this braided cover, and suggests that soft hanks will work fine on them.