I do not make that type of rig for a couple of reasons; First the added overhand knot to hold the "hook cup" in place diminishes the strength of the rig. I had a few tested several years ago in a professional lab in Princeton, NJ, (by a friend, after hours, for a very, very small "fee"
) they all broke at far less than rated line test. I know that sounds weird but they all broke at the overhand knot.
Number two, too much time wasted cutting the bait down to size so the hook clips on the "hook cup."
Number three, fishing with small bait is kind of ridiculous.
YES I know the rig works, they cast farther and some people love them but most people, including me, are more interested in catching fish than distance casting.
That's my 2 cents, why not buy a few, give them a try and let me know your opinion. I'm only asking because I figured out a way to hold the "hook cup" in place that eliminates the overhand knot but the labor to tie and assemble is substantial. I can't compete against a rig tied by a girl in the Philippines, Cambodia or Thailand, unless I copy their shortcuts and I will never do that!
Besides that I'm a firm believer in the K.I.S.S. principle.