Clutches are great and I have six of them but on a smaller boat you have to run line organizers and fair leads and mast
blocks to keep the leads true and the added turns can be a problem in the very light loads of a small boat. The added friction makes you lose the feel in your hand. In a bigger boat they just pull like heck.
I would think Jam and Clam cleats would be cheapest. You just can't screw up with those. Cam's have more parts
but would handle the loads you need to deal with but I think they cost more. I use them with the staysail traveler, my furling
lines and on the davits
. For a traveler I really like them.
You probably don't have self tailing
winches and a jam would I think be the most solid.