The real question to you ctt17 is;
How do you prefer to fish? Wading or out of a boat? What baits do you use the most? What fish do you target mostly?
I own all three. Here is my take on them.
The Latis is very light making it an excellent rod choice for wading. It's length starts at 6'7" and can be as short as 6'2" and anywhere in between when built to your specifics. As Adam stated it will handle 1/16-1/4 oz. jig heads, all the junior top waters, and 1/8-1/4 oz. spoons.
The Lite Texas Wader II comes only in 6'2" length. It will handle the lite jig heads, along with corkies, larger top water & waker plugs, maulers/corks and spoons. Out of all their models this is probably the can do it all rod. But again it depends on your personal preference.
Just like Number_Five stated, I too have thrown everything from lite jig heads, large & small top waters, spinner baits up to a cork and gulp on the Redfish Special. It can be custom built to your liking starting at 6'9" and as short as 6'2".
They are all great rods but are all different. The first time I picked up my Redfish Special I thought it was a broom stick. All though it was very lite in weight I was apprehensive at what I could throw with it. I soon grew to love it.
But it all comes down to what is your style of fishing and what do you like in a rod? Such as Cork or EVA grip, Split grip or Full reel seat, or Aluminum reel seat with no trigger, and of coarse, color choices. That is the beauty of the Laguna experience! Sarge will walk you thru the entire process. And I guaranty that he will work with you and make sure that you are 100% satisfied. Even after the sale is complete and say you made the wrong choice in rod model and it doesn't fit your style of fishing. He will work with you until you have the perfect rod.
Give Sarge a call at 512/869-5656 He is a great guy and committed to customer service.