All season 1000lb are easy to haul, set up, and fill. They cost a bit, since they are fairly low slung, do not get the same cast distance as a tripod feeder, and their varmit cage tends to drop a bit more corn under the feeder than some other options out there.
I got a Kirvoman stand and fill last year and one of his traditional tripod feeders this year. His directional thrower has a very good cast. His stand and fill is fairly heavy and tall. It is not as easy to move arround as the All season. His standard feeder is still taller - but honestly a lot easier to move around (since it is lighter, the legs come off, and it can be flipped upside down. The 1500lb standard is no harder to move around than the 1000lb all season.
Of course it is NOT stand and fill - so filling it is a bit more effort. Will probably fill it with a skid steer this weekend.