The Clear Camo is good if you are looking for a "true" intermediate line that sinks around 1"/second. Most other clear lines sink faster at a Type II rate, from personal actual experience on the water.
My other clear sinkers are mostly 444SL. A good friend has used SA's Stillwater line, but several has cracked on him (they do replace them under warranty though). Out of SA's lineup of clear lines, their cold water Striper Taper is perhaps the best.
Even though I have several RIO Versitips, I have never tried their clear lines.
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