Garhauer also makes a nice setup for what you're doing, and probably at prices lower than the Harken or Lewmar gear. Garhauer is stock on several boat lines, including Catalina now.
BTW, depending on how high the traveller is mounted, inverting the cam cleats may or may not be useful. For Giu's boat, where the traveller is mounted on the cockpit sole, it makes a lot of sense to invert it, since you'd have to drop to your knees to cleat it otherwise. On your boat, if the traveller is mounted on the bridgedeck or cabintop, it may make more sense to leave the cam cleats upright.
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